Part of the ‘Three of the best’ series, highlighting the most popular posts from the past 12 months.
Measurement is always a popular topic on the APNIC Blog. This year, authors and guest authors measured everything from Zoom performance to fact-checking Starlink’s claims, and much in between. Here are three of the best:
- Enabling passive measurement of Zoom performance in production networks — Oliver Michel described how network operators can measure the performance of video-conferencing sessions using passively collected packets.
- HTTP/3 and QUIC — prioritization and head-of-line blocking — Constantin Sander examined how moving streams from the application layer to the transport layer with HTTP/3/QUIC opens a new parameter space for new optimizations.
- A complex network analysis of global Internet public peering — Justin Loye and fellow researchers modelled a complex graph from PeeringDB to characterize the key Internet peering players and their interactions over time.
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