Vinod Balakrishnan

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Network edge packet-processing systems, as are commonly implemented on network processor platforms, are increasingly required to support a rich set of services. These multi-service systems are also subjected to widely varying and unpredictable traffic. Current network processor systems do not simultaneously deal well with a variety of services and(More)
Implementors of packet-processing applications on multi-core processors must balance two requirements: (1) adapt processor allocations dynamically to reduce the overall resource provisioning requirement for the system, achieve robustness to traffic fluctuations, and reduce energy consumption; and (2) utilize, for each application stage, resources (e.g.,(More)
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