Remote Direct Memory Access, or RDMA, allows a computer to access another computer's memory without interacting with either computer's operating system data buffers. Therefore, networking speed and throughput are increased.
iWARP is a protocol for implementing RDMA across Internet Protocol (IP) networks.
RoCEv2 is a protocol for implemtenting RDMA in an Ethernet network.
The Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) section of the Adapter User Guide for Intel® Ethernet Adapters has the latest installation and configuration guidance for Linux*, Windows*, and FreeBSD*.
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