135 Million messages a second between processes in pure Java

{This post is part of a long running series on lock free queues, checkout the full index to get more context here}
Porting an existing single producer/single consumer concurrent queue into an IPC mechanism via memory mapped files and getting 135 million messages throughput in pure Java.
In my previous post I covered a single producer/consumer queue developed and shared by Martin Thompson capable of delivering an amazing 130M messages per second. The queue he delivered is a great tool for communicating between threads, but sometimes communicating between threads is not enough. Sometime you need to leave your JVM and go out of process. Inter Process Communications (IPC) is a different problem to inter thread communications, can it be cracked by the same approach?