adaptive routing


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adaptive routing

adaptive routing

The ability to select a new communications path to get around heavy traffic or a node or circuit failure.
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Mellanox s EDR InfiniBand switch family provides industry-leading processing efficiency, with features such as static routing, adaptive routing and advanced congestion management.
Nexmo's real-time analytics intelligently review over 900 million communication data points per month to optimize routes for Nexmo's propriety Adaptive Routing technology, up from 500 million data points per month in July.
0 incorporates Virtual Fabrics configurations with application-specific Class-of-Service (CoS), Adaptive Routing and Dispersive Routing, performance-enhanced versions of vendor-specific MPI libraries, and support for torus and mesh network topologies.
Topics include coherency hub design for multi-node Victoria Falls systems, backlog aware crossbar schedulers, constraint repetition inspection for regular expression on FPGA, and adaptive routing strategies for high performance networks.
We have developed Dynamic Routing Balancing (DRB), an adaptive routing mechanism that balances the communication traffic over the interconnection network.
Adaptive Routing Module: provides a set of actions to change the session controller's routing configuration and disable calls, at endpoint ingress or egress, based on a detected alarm condition.
Garcia-Luna-Aceves holds over 35 patents and has published more than 400 articles - including numerous award-winning papers - on adaptive routing algorithms; multicasting and broadcasting; multipath and quality-of-service routing; transmission scheduling; link control; collision avoidance and resolution; modeling; topology control; network-supported collaboration; and network systems, architectures, and security.
Nexmo's unique direct-to-carrier approach, adaptive routing and real-time analytics enable unmatched quality of delivery and end-user experience while controlling common latency, security and cost challenges.
Kharat, and Dhamal), position based routing, cluster based routing (Tao, Weiwei, Tiecheng, and Lianfeng), geocast routing (Maihofer; Nasir, Rahman, Sohel, and Islam), broadcast routing and adaptive routing.
Finally, the core navigation and routing are based on deCarta's server-based technology offering adaptive routing based on changing traffic conditions.
The topics include adaptive scheduling for beyond-third-generation cellular networks, adaptive routing in wireless sensor networks, mobile-relay forwarding in opportunistic networks, and tunable security services for wireless networks.
Tripathi, "Signal Stability based Adaptive Routing (SSA) for Ad-Hoc Mobile Networks," IEEE Personal Communications, pp.

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