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Network fabrics with Gigabit per second (Gbps) bandwidths are available today, but these bandwidths are not yet available to applications. The difficulties lie in the hardware and software architecture through which application data travels between the network and host memory. The hardware portion of the architecture is often called a host interface and the remainder of the protocol stack is implemented in host software. In this paper, we outline a variety of approaches to the architecture ofdoi:10.1109/65.224055 fatcat:2szgte52brhyzbgrd3ipcwfts4