Get the backstory on the history and design of QUIC, and what implications it might have on the overall architecture of the Internet Protocol.
Guest Post: Performance-oriented Congestion Control (PCC) is a new online learning approach to congestion control that seeks to overcome the limitations of traditional TCP.
Feedback is sought on recent BBR patches that seek to increase throughput for WiFi and lower queuing delays.
Additional Truncated Response (ATR) does not completely fix the issue of large responses but it is worth considering if you want a faster DNS service.
A proposal to add a “spin bit” to the QUIC protocol sparked much debate at IETF 101.
Guest Post: Researchers at the University of Auckland are simulating and measuring the bandwidth capacity of medium earth orbit and geostationary satellites, the results of which may surprise.
Guest Post: Does your satellite link have the right amount of queue capacity configured? If not, it may be suffering from bufferbloat.
Guest Post: Could UDP possibly be worse than small TCP flows? Could TCP be its own worst enemy?
Guest Post: A recent study finds that QUIC largely outperforms TCP except for in the presence of packet reordering and on resource-constrained mobile devices.
Guest Post: New method to identify TCP congestion may help alleviate dreaded video buffering.