Please be aware of the new I-D we have submitted on “Requirements and reference architecture for Mobile Throughput
The draft proposes principles for a
mobile throughput guidance exposure mechanism that can be used to assist TCP in cellular networks, and help to ensure better network efficiency and enhanced service delivery performance.
The draft presents the problems that the rapidly-varying conditions in a cellular network can cause to the TCP behavior and to the application performance.
specifies the requirements and reference architecture for the mechanism.
While the proposed mechanism can be used to optimize any content delivery application, the draft
describes its applicability to
video delivery optimization in mobile networks.
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A New Internet-Draft is available from the on-line Internet-Drafts directories.
Title : Requirements and reference architecture for Mobile Throughput Guidance Exposure
Authors : Ankur Jain
Filename : draft-sprecher-mobile-tg-exposure-req-arch-01.txt
Pages : 12
Date : 2015-02-20
Rapidly-varying conditions in a cellular network can cause problems
for the Transmission Control Protocol (TCP), which in turn can
degrade application performance.
This document presents the problem statement and proposes solution
principles. It specifies the requirements and reference architecture
for a mobile throughput guidance exposure mechanism that can be used
to assist TCP in cellular networks, ensuring better network
efficiency and enhanced service delivery performance.
The proposed mechanism can be applied to any content or TCP/IP based
application content delivery. This document describes the
applicability of the mechanism for Intelligent Video Acceleration
over cellular networks.
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