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We present the design, implementation, and performance evaluation of AMPS -a flexible, scalable proxy testbed that supports a wide and extensible set of next-generation proxy streaming services. AMPS employs a modular architecture and is built on top of a commodity Linux system. We quantify the maximum achievable throughput for two of the principal components of the proxy -the control plane and data plane, and identify the CPU to be the system bottleneck. Through profiling studies, we furtherdoi:10.1145/1005847.1005873 dblp:conf/nossdav/ZhangBGWKST04 fatcat:mvd45p3vp5bbbfdszefrjuwwjq