Python RDMA ideal for HPC computing in HFT environment?

(Last Updated On: April 5, 2016)

Python RDMA ideal for HPC computing in HFT environment?

RDMA is the unknown way to message between large blocks of memory like in gigabyte sizes

Note support for Mac OSX:

The SMB Direct Protocol, or SMB over RDMA allows zero-copy networking. This enables data transfer between the network adapter and application memory without data buffering in the operating system. However, I have not been able to find any evidence that this is supported in OS X.

OS X Yosemite (Server 4.03) and SMB3

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