Manycore Network Interfaces for in-Memory Rack-Scale Computing

Datacenter operators rely on low-cost, high-density technologies to maximize throughput for data-intensive services with tight tail latencies. In-memory rack-scale computing is emerging as a promising paradigm in Scale-out datacenters capitalizing on Commodity SoC, low-latency and high bandwidth communication fabrics and a remote memory access model to enable aggregation of a rack’s memory for critical data-intensive applications such as graph processing or key-value stores. Low latency and high bandwidth not only dictate eliminating communication bottlenecks in the software protocols and off-chip fabrics but also a careful on-chip integration of network interfaces.

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