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Published By: Group M_IBM Q119     Published Date: Mar 05, 2019
In this digital world, fast and reliable movement of digital data, including massive sizes over global distances, is becoming vital to business success across virtually every industry. The Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) that has traditionally been the engine of this data movement, however, has inherent bottlenecks in performance (Figure 1), especially for networks with high, round-trip time (RTT) and packet loss, and most pronounced on high-bandwidth networks. It is well understood that these inherent “soft” bottlenecks arcaused by TCP’s AdditiveIncrease-Multiplicative-Decrease (AIMD) congestion avoidance algorithm, which slowly probes the available bandwidth of the network, increasing the transmission rate until packet loss is detected and then exponentially reducing the transmission rate. However, it is less understood that other sources of packet loss, such as losses due to the physical network media, not associated with network congestion equally reduce the transmission rate.
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Published By: Alacritech     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Today's systems and servers need an efficient way to move the ever-increasing amounts of data over networks. Many companies have introduced solutions such as TCP/IP Offload Engines (TOE) Network Interface Cards (TNICs), Network Interface Cards (NICs), and iSCSI Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) to solve efficiency and throughout challenges. However, the functionality of these solutions is quite varied, and in some cases, rapidly becoming obsolete.
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data transfer, tcp/ip, tnic, nic, hba, iscsi, alacritech, networking, network management, network performance, network performance management, servers
    
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Published By: InMage     Published Date: Feb 18, 2009
Enterprises Applications - the Challenge Businesses today rely on enterprise applications such as SAP, PeopleSoft, Siebel, Oracle and Microsoft SQL to provide day to day business operations.
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inmage, dr-scout protection, database applications, tcp/ip, cost-effective disaster recovery, recovery point objectives, enterprise applications
    
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Published By: F5 Networks Inc     Published Date: Jan 22, 2009
Hundreds of organizations around the world use Microsoft® SharePoint® with  over 80 million implementations, allowing them to develop intelligent portals that seamlessly connect users, teams, and knowledge. With the release of Microsoft Offi ce SharePoint Server 2007, F5 has specifi cally developed and tested a comprehensive Application Ready infrastructure that enhances the security, availability and performance of SharePoint deployments, whether it’s over the LAN or across a global WAN.
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application ready network guide, microsoft office sharepoint 2007, sharepoint deployments. wan, tcp, roi, sharepoint, portal, microsoft, big-ip, application, networking, it management, tcp/ip protocol, wide area networks
    
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Published By: Quocirca     Published Date: Apr 23, 2007
The need to understand how the performance and problems within the technical infrastructure impacts the capabilities of the business is massive.  However, the majority of companies can only measure application and specific asset performance, whereas many issues within the infrastructure lie at the transport level, where packet switching presents both great opportunities and major issues.
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networking, infrastructure, network management, tcp/ip protocol, wide area networks, wan, wans, packet switching, packets, protocol, data packet, business metrics, quocirca
    
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Published By: Castelle     Published Date: Nov 01, 2006
Castelle’s integration provides seamless fax integration with native Notes services like logging and reporting, and lets faxes be managed just like other Notes email, with all of Domino’s native security, administration, and customization capabilities.
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ip networks, ip telephony, network management, servers, small business networks, tcp/ip protocol, contact management, messaging, call center management, ip faxing, it spending, return on investment, email, castelle
    
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