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14th IEEE-NPSS Real Time Conference, 2005.
The real-time operation of the ATLAS DataFlow system is highly dependent on the performance of the Gigabit Ethernet network interconnecting its components (¥ 800 end nodes). After examining the functional and performance requirements of the network, several design alternatives (with respect to traffic repartition on core devices and available concentration technologies) are presented and analyzed. We introduce the use of 10 Gigabit Ethernet as a flexible and simple technology for concentratingdoi:10.1109/rtc.2005.1547531 fatcat:4sl2gvrpzzefbpheqxyyhiscsa