# Toroidal Network Topology

This sample was created in ConceptDraw DIAGRAM diagramming and vector drawing software using the Computer and Networks solution from Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. Example 1. Toroidal Network Topology

This is example of the Toroidal network topology.

Network topology is the topological structure of the computer network.

Toroidal network topology is a kind of the grid network topology. The grid network topology is a topology in which the each node of the network is connected with two neighboring nodes along one or more dimensions. The Torus is a topology with n-dimensional grid network with circularly connection of the nodes. The network with Torus topology is named the Toroidal network.

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