Finally both graphs are merged into one diagram, in order to compare the performance of UDP and RAW ethernet.
The results show that RAW ethernet in general is much faster than UDP. Looking at the features that are offered by UDP and RAW ethernet it becomes visible that those two are quite similiar. Both are not connection oriented, both are packet based and both do not give any guarantee for success of transmission. Thus, in the view of real world systems which are currently using UDP running over ethernet or systems which require very high network performance, RAW ethernet could offer a very good solution.