Derek Roberts

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Existing user-level network interfaces deliver high bandwidth, low latency performance to applications, but are typically unable to support diverse styles of communication and are unsuitable for use in multipro-grammed environments. Often this is because the network abstraction is presented at too high a level, and support for synchronisation is inflexible.(More)
Over the past 20 years, the Internet has grown from a small research network to a network of global importance. As Internet traffic continues to grow, the servers that provide the content must scale to be able to deliver the next branch of services, while remaining compatible with the millions of clients that already make use of them. Of central importance(More)
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