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Remote atomic memory operations are critical for achieving high-performance synchronization in tightly-coupled systems. Previous approaches to implementing atomic memory operations on high-performance networks have explored providing the primitives necessary to achieve low latency and low host processor overhead. In this paper, we explore the implementation of atomic memory operations with a focus on achieving high message rate while maintaining these other desirable characteristics. We believedoi:10.1109/clustr.2008.4663764 dblp:conf/cluster/UnderwoodLHB08 fatcat:z2mthzt2czdhrf6ipdh5opvv6i