SOC & Systems Design Limitation

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The embedded system with SoC integrated Ethernet ports, USB, wireless LAN, RF cable modem, etc.
Most of the data traffic flowing among these ports. I am interested in techniques to improve interconnectivities and performance by limiting processing power from SoC processor.
If I want to transfer or simply copy files between 2 computers from 2 1Gb Ethernet ports, I would never get a reasonable performance, only less than 20%.
USB 3 capable of transferring data at up to 5 Gbit/s. Similarly between the 2 USB 3 ports, I can only get about 15 percent or less of data rate.


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