05/05/2011 07:43 am
IEEE Internet Computing, May/June 2011, Backspace column.
01/26/2011 02:11 pm
This is a personal history – but I've provided only one piece of the puzzle, and put some pieces together, generating some insight on the picture it creates. It's not a pretty picture.
Many more pieces, and much more important pieces, come to me from many other people, including Dave Clark, Rich Woundy, Dave Reed, Van Jacobson, Nick Weaver, Vern Paxson, and many others whom I do not know who they are... My apologies if I have overlooked your contributions.
02/08/2011 05:21 am
Bufferbloat: "Dark" Buffers in the Internet
VOIP and teleconferencing often perform much more poorly on today's
Internet than the Internet of a decade ago, despite great gains in
bandwidth. Lots of fiber, cheap memory, smart hardware, variability of
05/04/2011 04:48 pm
You can find Jim Gettys' presentation at the Transport Area meeting of the Prague IETF
The webm video is the audio from the meeting inter-cut with the slides that Jim prepared. Our thanks to Andrew Clunis for the effort.
05/04/2011 04:51 pm
This version of the Bufferbloat talk was given by Jim Gettys at Microsoft Research Silicon Valley, Apple, and Google during the week of April 25, 2011.
The Google presentation of the talk should appear in the Google Tech Talks series shortly.
06/02/2011 08:37 am
I gave this talk at Microsoft Research, Apple and Google during the week of April 26, 2011.
Slides are available as well as the 'Google TechTalk":http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qbIozKVz73g on YouTube....