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2008 4th International Telecommunication Networking Workshop on QoS in Multiservice IP Networks
Increasing attention has been recently devoted to software routers based on off-the-shelf hardware and opensource operating systems running on Personal Computer (PC) architectures. Today's high-end PCs PCI shared buses fit into the multi-gigabit-per-second routing segment, for a price much lower than that of commercial routers. However, commercially available Network Interface Cards (NICs) lack programmability, and require not only packets to cross the PCI bus twice, but also to process them indoi:10.1109/itnews.2008.4488154 fatcat:wlnxst6abzbrdfdjzexjygupfi