Feedback is sought on recent BBR patches that seek to increase throughput for WiFi and lower queuing delays.
Internet Week started in Japan as an IP meeting in 1990 with just 40 participants. Since then it has grown, this year attracting more than 2,600 participants.
Having listened to Geoff Huston describe the future of the Internet as mobile, GGM seeks to make sense of some looming issues that surrounding such future.
We interview Onno Purbo who says education is the foundation for change in Indonesia, not the Internet or technology.
Guest post: As part of a 2014 project supported by ISIF Asia and Internet NZ, we’ve been going to a number of satellite-connected islands in the Pacific on behalf of PICISOC to see whether we could make better use of their satellite links using network-coded TCP.
Wednesday morning kicked off with a session discussing the mobile Internet future.
The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona used to be a big event for the telephone companies, but these days its a big event for the Internet as well.