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Programmable network interfaces provide the potential to extend the functionality of network services but lead to instruction processing overheads when compared to application-specific network interfaces. This paper aims to offset those performance disadvantages by exploiting task-level concurrency in the workload to parallelize the network interface firmware for a programmable controller with two processors. By carefully partitioning the handler procedures that process various events relateddoi:10.1145/781498.781506 dblp:conf/ppopp/KimPR03 fatcat:4dbjrzp37nfvplx5fe4jmppmcy