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Maximizing COTS hardware performance with CPU memory management
Industry digitalization, Internet of Things (IoT), and new services enabled by 5G are a few examples of application areas that put great demands on cloud computing. Additionally, since some of these applications also require low-latency as well as predictable service times, the cloud infrastructure should become more efficient, deliver faster response times, and offer more predictable services to be able to meet these requirements. Aligned with this increase in demand, we’re seeing the dawn of the hundred-gigabit-per-second link speeds. This makes it easier for large enterprises to handle the problems of exponential growth in their data center (DC) traffic by utilizing state-of-the-art networking equipment. However, introducing faster link speeds does not necessarily guarantee faster and predictable service times. As networking is tightly coupled with processing, introducing faster connections exposes processing elements like servers and networking elements to packets at a higher rate.
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