Design and Implementation of the iWarp Protocol in Software

@inproceedings{Dalessandro2005DesignAI,
  title={Design and Implementation of the iWarp Protocol in Software},
  author={Dennis Dalessandro and Ananth Devulapalli and Pete Wyckoff},
  booktitle={IASTED PDCS},
  year={2005}
}
The term iWarp indicates a set of published protocol specifications that provide remote read and write access to user applications, without operating system intervention or intermediate data copies. The iWarp protocol provides for higher bandwidth and lower latency transfers over existing, widely deployed TCP/IP networks. While hardware implementations of iWarp are starting to emerge, there is a need for software implementations to enable offload on servers as a transition mechanism, for… CONTINUE READING
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