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“It costs much more (on a per-packet basis) to carry traffic to a provider that sends more traffic to you than it receives from you.”
“It costs much more on a per-packet basis to carry traffic to a provider that sends more traffic to you than it receives from you.”
“Former champions of flat-fee unlimited net access who railed against proposals for per-packet internet pricing propose per-message usage fees on E-mail.”
“The company noted that ZoneFlex access points integrate Ruckus 'multi-antenna array BeamFlex, which directs Wi-Fi signals over best-performing signal paths in real time, on a per-packet basis.”
“It accomplishes this by combining diverse sources of bandwidth and end-to-end algorithms to apply dynamic, real-time, per-packet traffic engineering.”
“Combined with a recent improvement that allows per-packet power level controls, this change could produce a substantially more efficient use of spectrum; lack of efficiency has been one of the biggest criticism of single-radio mesh networks in general and Tropos's system specifically.”
“It does allow short packets (network data quanta) used typically for network identification purposes to have their encryption keystream recovered: that's the overlay of per-packet encryption derived from a key that two Wi-Fi components use to protect information sent to one another.”
“He outlines work going on to change some of the underlying protocols, looking at flow management rather than the current per-packet model which causes so many problems.”
“Rather than classic per-packet round-robin, however, today's technology would distribute, using a round-robin model in the absence of explicit traffic engineering, source-destination pairs among the paths.”
“This can be done by either round robin per-packet transmission binding pipes at the lower layers such that bits are either 'bit-striped' across all parallel paths (like the etherchannel stuff) binding pipes so that SAR functions are done in”
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