11 Myths about RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE) (.PDF Download)

Remote direct memory access (RDMA) is a well-known technology at the heart of the world’s fastest supercomputers and largest data centers. In short, RDMA is a remote memory-management capability that enables server-to-server data movement directly between application memories without CPU involvement. Offloading data movement from the CPU will result in performance and efficiency gains, while also significantly reducing latency. RDMA first became widely adopted in the High Performance

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