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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
While it has long been suggested to use parallelism to boost the performances of telecommunication switching equipment, existing solutions do not easily scale up to very high throughput unless dedicated hardware is used. In this paper, we i n vestigate how o -the-shelf distributed computers could still be used along with relevant s o f t ware architectures to build truly scalable telecommunication switching equipment, taking as an example the implementation of an SMDS (Switched Multi-megabitsdoi:10.1007/bfb0031580 fatcat:vv6rvjsmg5d63hmqebmcnxme44