Cambridge - State of art in Linux Congestion Control

Posted on Mar 17, 2014 by Dave Täht.

Dave Taht had a chance to summarize the last 9 or so months of development in the Linux TCP and AQM/Packet Scheduling stack at Cambridge after the IETF meeting earlier this month.

The slides are now up at:
http://snapon.lab.bufferbloat.net/~d/Presos/Cambridge_The_State_of_the_art_in_congestion_control.pdf

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