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Emulation of realistic network traffic patterns on an eight-node data vortex interconnection network subsystem

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Feature Issue on Optical Interconnection Networks (OIN). We demonstrate the feasibility of the data vortex interconnection network architecture for use in supercomputing by emulating realistic network traffic on an eight-node subnetwork. The evaluation workload uses memory accesses from the Barnes-Hut application in the SLPASH-2 parallel computing benchmark suite, which was extracted by using the M5 multiprocessor system simulator. We confirm that traffic is routed correctly and efficiently.

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