Talks and Poster Presentations (without Proceedings-Entry):
"OutFlank routing: increasing throughput in toroidal interconnection networks";
Talk: Scalable Approaches to High Performance and High Productivity Computing, ScalPerf'13,
Bertinoro, Italy (invited);
We present a new, deadlock-free, routing scheme for toroidal interconnection networks, called OutFlank Routing (OFR). OFR is an adaptive strategy which exploits non-minimal links, both in the source and in the destination nodes. When minimal links are congested, OFR deroutes packets to carefully chosen intermediate destinations, in order to obtain travel paths which are only an additive constant longer than the shortest ones. Since routing performance is very sensitive to changes in the traffic model or in the router parameters, an accurate discrete-event simulator of the toroidal network has been developed to empirically validate OFR, by comparing it against other relevant routing strategies, over a range of typical real-world traffic patterns. On the 16×16×16 (4096 nodes) simulated network OFR exhibits improvements of the maximum sustained throughput between 15% and 115%, with respect to Adaptive Bubble Routing.
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