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Time: Thursday, June 9 from 09:00 to 10:30
Location: Room C
Chair: Olivier Martin CERN (CH)

TCP Reno, the most widely used reliable Internet Transport Protocol, has only undergone relatively minor changes since its inception back in 1988 by Van Jacobson and was clearly not designed for very speed 10Git/s network infrastructures that are available nowadays to many researchers worldwide. Achieving multi-Gbit/s performance end to end over long distance lossy networks is still a major challenge. In this session, an overview of the various solutions proposed to alleviate this problem, results of recent SAN performance measurements as well as new tools to help debug TCP performance, will be presented

Presentations in this session:

Title Speaker  
Fair & useful comparisons: how should we evaluate new TCP proposals ? Doug Leith (Hamilton Institute)
Performance Assessment of Distributed SAN Systems Bartosz Belter (Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center)
Tools for TCP Performance Debugging Sven Ubik (CESNET)

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