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Event based Extensible Interactive Transparent Networking: Performance Study with Fast TCP Principles

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Event based Extensible Interactive Transparent Networking: Performance Study with Fast TCP Principles
Interactive Transparent Networking has been proposed to support a new generation of symbiotic applications that require advance interaction with the Network. In this mode advanced applications can subscribe to statespace event based feed from network protocol local endpoints by interactive version of the network protocols. This enables a whole new range of high performance extensible adaptation which requires low-time constant feedback. In this paper, we show how classical TCP can be extended to support long delay high capacity pipe. We demonstrate a system that mimics FAST TCP however, without the usual extensive reengineering required by the original. It seems matching performance can be achieved with protocol interactivity.
Javed I. Khan, Pradeep K. Punnam, Raid Zaghal
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Type Conference
Year 2007
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Authors Javed I. Khan, Pradeep K. Punnam, Raid Zaghal
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