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Silicon Switching Engine: Tony Li

Mirjam Kühne — 09 Dec 2019
Software switching on general purpose processors was the rule in early networks; in fact, one of the original differences between a router and a switch was whether packets were switched in hardware or software. In this recording, Tony Li discusses the first hardware switching router, the SSE, which he designed.

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