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Computer Architecture for Network Engineers
80 points by lukego
https://github.com/lukego/blog/issues/18
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deepnotderp - 3 hours ago
A tiny nitpick, and I don't mean to be pedantic, but "in-flight"
usually is used to describe an instruction in the functional units,
not "in the pipeline".Other than that it's a pretty good
introductory article! If you'd like something a little heartier,
but still not quite Hennessy and Patterson's QCA (although I highly
recommend it), try this article:
http://www.lighterra.com/papers/modernmicroprocessors/
 
corysama - 40 minutes ago
https://fgiesen.wordpress.com/2014/03/23/networks-all-the-
wa...https://fgiesen.wordpress.com/2014/03/25/networks-all-the-
wa...
 
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Taniwha - 2 hours ago
As a sometimes CPU architect/logic designer and also occasional
protocol engineer I think that this is stretching an analogy a bit
too far, individually some of the TCP A is like CPU B is probably
fair, but the totality? nah
 
pcunite - 3 hours ago
I know a little about networking to appreciate the simulation
table. I can't vouch for the accuracy. The author does invite
critique.