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Conventional TCP implementations do not enable the effective use of very-high-speed wide-area networks. In order to achieve the needed performance in cases such as CERN-to-California buld data transfers, a new generation of transport-level protocols and control algorithms will be needed. At the first PFLDnet workshop in Geneva and at the second PFLDnet workshop in Chicago, researchers shared research results in this area. Their results will have an impact both on how best to achieve high-speed flows over wide areas, and also on how networks that support such flows should be designed. This talk summarizes the work presented at the second workshop and discusses the nature of this vibrant research area.



This presentation is part of session "Research Infrastructure" which starts at Thursday, June 10 @ 09:00


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