OptIPuter System Software Framework

Xinran (Ryan) Wu Andrew A. Chien Nut Taesombut Eric Weigle Huaxia Xia and Justin Burke
April 28, 2004

We describe a shared perspective and assumptions looking up and down the OptIPuter system software stack. The discussion clearly defines and justifies the assumptions and model for each perspective, starting with the network hardware architecture, the integrating model of distributed virtual computers and the supporting technologies of group transport protocol, multi-endpoint communication, and shared lambda-grid storage.

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