For a robotic workcell with multiple robots, several interconnection methods are presented in terms of a processor-based architecture. The concept of the multiple processor system (MPS) or multiple computer system (MCS) is used to formulate and analyze the multi-robot interconnection system (MRIS). The MRIS is modelled as a queueing network, and mathematical analysis is done on the basis of modelling. Performance evaluation is achieved for the MRIS through the mean value analysis with the response time and the probability of service failure under different workloads. The results together with some comments suggest a useful guideline for a selecting an appropriate interconnection method for the MRIS subject to the system environment and application.