An Approach Towards Enabling Intelligent Networking Services for Distributed Multimedia Applications
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An increase in network speeds and addition of new services in the Internet has increased the demand for intelligence and flexibility in network systems. This paper explores the extent to which an emergent class of programmable networking devices - network processors, can be used to deliver more efficient, innovative services to multimedia applications. We present and experimentally evaluate an architecture model, which enables the dynamic creation of application-specific services on programmable communication devices, using the Intel IXP2400 network processor and an image manipulation application.
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