Corpus ID: 5680333

Bridging the Software / Hardware Forwarding Divide

@inproceedings{Moon2010BridgingTS,
  title={Bridging the Software / Hardware Forwarding Divide},
  author={Daekyeong Moon and J. Naous and Junda Liu and K. Zarifis and M. Casado and T. Koponen and S. Shenker and L. Breslau},
  year={2010}
}
As network speeds increase, and network requirements diversify, networking hardware vendors are being pressed on two distinct fronts. To remain competitive, they must continually improve their cost/performance ratio at a pace faster than Moore’s Law. Over the past fifteen years, enterprise network speeds have increased by three orders of magnitude, from 10Mbps to 10Gbps, requiring that the cost of a unit of bandwidth (a gigabit port, or Gport) drop precipitously. At the same time, networks are… Expand

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