Latency and scalability, Computer Networking

Latency: In interconnection networks a variety of nodes may be at dissimilar distances depending upon the topology. The network latency differs to the worst-case time wait for a unit message when transferred throughout the network among farthest nodes.

Scalability: It refers to the skill of interconnection networks for modular expansion with a scalable performance with increasing machine resources.

 

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