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Find out how multicore network SoCs work, and how to leverage them efficiently for data path processing.
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For pipeline processing model, do the contemporary multicore processors have interconnect or system bus fast enough so as to be able support massive horizontal data movement across the core's caches required for data plane of packet processing applications?
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