Bandwidth and functionality, Computer Networking

The performance of interconnection networks is calculated on the given parameters.

Bandwidth: It is a calculated of maximum transmit rate among two nodes.   It is calculated in Megabytes/sec or Gigabytes/sec.

Functionality: It shows how interconnections networks support interrupt handling, synchronization, data routing, request/message combining and coherence.


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