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The new 2010 study on switch fabrics, has 329 pages, 111 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised
to achieve significant growth as data managers move to more cost efficient switching modalities. Vendors are
building out localized switch fabrics that support an information system with devices that contain virtual
output queuing (VOQ) and prioritized flow control.
Markets for switch fabrics at $317 million in 2009 are anticipated to reach $920 million by 2016, growing in
response to decreases in unit costs and increases in integrated IC functionality. Some applications are in high
growth market segments, including data center consolidation, security, high definition video, and high speed
video applications. Switch fabrics are poised to make people more productive in security environments, help
increase productivity with faster desktop access capabilities, and decrease storage seek times.
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Switch fabrics provide a method to switch the packets from input ports to output ports.
The switch fabric must arbitrate traffic when more than one packet arrives concurrently if both are destined
for the same output port. Switch fabrics provide sufficient buffering to handle situations where the packet
input rate is greater than the switch fabric’s throughput capability.
The two possible locations for buffering are at the input of the switch fabric (input queuing) or internally to
the switch fabric (shared-memory). Switch fabrics control quality of service (QoS).
The switch fabric is responsible for receiving data from a line card and routing it to the proper destination.
OEMs outsource the fabric to semiconductor suppliers. Switch fabric solutions integrate advanced queuing
and scheduling, a serial crossbar, and multiple channels of high-speed serial link technology in a two-
component fabric chip set.
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1. PLANT FACTORY MARKET DESCRIPTION AND DYNAMICS 64 input ports to output ports.
1.1 Plant Factories Allow Three-Dimensional Cultivation 64
1.2 High-Tech Urban Farming Solution: Vertical Farming 68
1.2.1 Plant Factory Self-Sufficient Farming 70
1.2.2 Vertical Farming 70
1.3 Plant Factory Definition 73
1.4 Container System Anytime, Healthy And Quality Seedling Production 76
1.4.1 Artificial Seedling Cultivation System Using A Container Provides Cost Performance 77
1.4.2 Compact Seedling Vegetable Cultivation System 78
1.5 Vertical Farming: Cities Could Be Food Producers 81
2.1 Plant Factory, Vertical Farming Market Driving Forces
2.1.1 Plant Factory Vertical Farming Benefits
2.1.2 Harvested Leafy Vegetables
2.1.3 Plant Factory Spectral Output And Color Temperature Of Light Can Be Adjusted
2.1.4 Plant Factory Vertical Farming Challenges
2.1.5 Commitment To Sustainable Agriculture
2.1.6 Wheat, Maize And Rice
2.2 Plant Factory Vertical Farming Market Shares
2.2.1 Japanese Plant Factory
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