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2008 Proceedings IEEE INFOCOM - The 27th Conference on Computer Communications
Sophisticated middlebox services-such as network monitoring and intrusion detection, DDoS mitigation, worm scanning, XML parsing and protocol transformation-are becoming increasingly popular in today's Internet. To support highthroughput, these services are often deployed on Distributed Memory, Multi-processor (DM-MP) hardware platforms such as a cluster of network processors. Scaling the throughput of such platforms, however, is challenging because of the difficulties and overheads ofdoi:10.1109/infocom.2007.244 fatcat:stiqj34gdfazpjd7uurgsgpj5u