9 February 1993 Large-system usage of fiber channel standard
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Current and emerging high-speed applications and environments create new and challenging requirements for high-speed channels on large systems. The Fiber Channel Standard (FCS) defines transmission and signalling protocols that allow various Upper Level Protocols (for example, IPI3 and IP) to be transported over a variety of physical interfaces. This rich set of function allow FCS to address many aspects and varieties of high-speed interconnect, by permitting a variety of implementations, based on trade-offs of cost, performance objectives, implementation complexity, and recoverability. The current presentation describes several high-speed applications and environments and the usage of FCS channels by large systems in those environments. Application of various FCS functions and features to this large system environment are discussed.
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R. Bryan Cook, R. Bryan Cook, "Large-system usage of fiber channel standard", Proc. SPIE 1784, High-Speed Fiber Networks and Channels II, (9 February 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.141064; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.141064
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