[zeromq-dev] Universal Fast Sockets and ZeroMQ

Gerry Steele gerry.steele at gmail.com
Sat Jun 14 02:43:41 CEST 2014

>From What I can tell it is preloaded so which intercepts socket calls and
if the calls are destined to go over loopback they use their own protocol
and ipc mechanism.

 On 2 Jun 2014 20:31, "Jonathan Jekeli" <jon.jekeli at gmail.com> wrote:

> Earlier this year, I saw some posts from someone regarding Universal Fast
> Sockets, saying that they greatly decreased the latency of zeromq (
> http://lists.zeromq.org/pipermail/zeromq-dev/2014-February/025452.html).
>  After doing some research, tracked it back to TorusWare, a Spanish company
> that advertised a gain of 2400% (
> http://torusware.com/increase-zeromq-performance-by-up-to-2400/).
>  However, I couldn't find any numbers outside of what they themselves
> advertised, and no real documentation. I was just wondering if anyone out
> there had tried the Universal Fast Sockets or had any experience or insight
> into them?
> Thanks,
> Jon
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