There were several interesting talks on various aspects of congestion control at IETF 80, spread around various working groups and research groups; the majority of work that I would classify as actual research being done in the IETF and IRTF at the moment seems to concern congestion control in some way or other. I’ve already written… Read more »
Posts By: Malcolm Scott
Continuing my series of articles about noteworthy happenings at last week’s IETF meeting, here is a summary of Jim Gettys’s presentation on “Bufferbloat” to the Transport Area open meeting, which is in turn a summary of his many articles on the topic. This is significant not because it is new, but because it is a… Read more »
I have spent the last week in Prague for the 80th IETF meeting, and will be writing a few articles on the most interesting of the sessions I attended. Here’s the first.