Clos Switch with Adaptive Self-Routing and Virtual Output Queue Architecture Deliver Non-blocking Performance, Low Latency, Fault Tolerance and Quality of Service At the heart of the BigIron RX architecture is a single-stage, adaptive self-routing Clos switch fabric with virtual output queuing (VOQ) and distributed packet scheduling.
What does VOQ stand for?
VOQ stands for Virtual Output Queuing
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Voice Over Powerpoint (presentation method)
- Voice Operated Relay
- Village Off-Grid Promotion and Support (Laos)
- Viscous Oil Pumping System (US Coast Guard program)
- Voice of Plymouth Schools (UK)
- Voice Over Packetization Technology
- Village of Point Venture (Texas)
- Voices of Positive Women (Canada)
- Vehicle Owners Questionnaire
- Visiting Officers Quarters
- Voice of Quellious (Everquest gaming)
- Virtual Observatory Query Language
- Visual Object Query Language (object database language)
- Value of Reserves
- Variation Order Request
- Vehicle Occupancy Rate
- Vehicle Off Road (urgent repair status)
- Vendor of Record (Canada)
- Verification of Rent (rent-payment history verification)
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This allows a 32Gbit/sec switch fabric to route variable length packets at up to 100 million connections per second with support for multicast, virtual output queuing, and priorities.
Vendors are building out localized switch fabrics that support an information system with devices that contain virtual output queuing (VOQ) and prioritized flow control.
The TT1 chip set is a single stage switching fabric with virtual output queuing that makes system hardware and software architectures very easy to implement with a highly predictable performance.