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 This session also covered the third implementation of NVMe/SPDK (Storage over DPDK - user space). This comparative study proved that using in-kernel NVMe/TCP implementation - user can get 1M IOPS with reasonable latency (max. latency is 1.5 ms) and also showed traffic scaling when 8 cores were used. This session also covered the third implementation of NVMe/SPDK (Storage over DPDK - user space). This comparative study proved that using in-kernel NVMe/TCP implementation - user can get 1M IOPS with reasonable latency (max. latency is 1.5 ms) and also showed traffic scaling when 8 cores were used.
  
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