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November 2018 HotNets '18: Proceedings of the 17th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
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SpaceX has filed plans with the US Federal Communications Committee (FCC) to build a constellation of 4,425 low Earth orbit communication satellites. It will use phased array antennas for up and downlinks and laser communication between satellites to provide global low-latency high bandwidth coverage. To understand the latency propertes of ...

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August 2018 SIGCOMM '18: Proceedings of the 2018 Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication
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An ISP's customers increasingly demand delivery of their traffic without congestion and with low latency. The ISP's topology, routing, and traffic engineering, often over multiple paths, together determine congestion and latency within its backbone. We first consider how to measure a topology's capacity to route traffic without congestion and with ...

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November 2017 HotNets-XVI: Proceedings of the 16th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
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Early in in the Internet's history, routing within a single provider's WAN centered on placing traffic on the shortest path. More recent traffic engineering efforts aim to reduce congestion and/or increase utilization within the status quo of greedy shortest-path first routing on a sparse topology. In this paper, we argue ...

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August 2017 SIGCOMM '17: Proceedings of the Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication
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Modern datacenter networks provide very high capacity via redundant Clos topologies and low switch latency, but transport protocols rarely deliver matching performance. We present NDP, a novel data-center transport architecture that achieves near-optimal completion times for short transfers and high flow throughput in a wide range of scenarios, including incast. ...
Keywords: Datacenters, Network Stacks, Transport Protocols

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August 2017 SIGCOMM '17: Proceedings of the Conference of the ACM Special Interest Group on Data Communication
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Conventional operating systems used for video streaming employ an in-memory disk buffer cache to mask the high latency and low throughput of disks. However, data from Netflix servers show that this cache has a low hit rate, so does little to improve throughput. Latency is not the problem it once ...
Keywords: Network Performance, Network stacks, Storage stacks

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December 2015 CoNEXT '15: Proceedings of the 11th ACM Conference on Emerging Networking Experiments and Technologies
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As 802.11 wireless networks proliferate, interference becomes increasingly severe, particularly in dense, urban environments. These networks are usually operated by different users ( e.g ., tenants in apartments). In this paper, we develop techniques for mitigating interference between such loosely cooperating 802.11 MIMO APs and clients, which do not share ...
Keywords: interference, power allocation, OFDM, nulling, MIMO

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September 2015 S3 '15: Proceedings of the 2015 Workshop on Wireless of the Students, by the Students, & for the Students
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The advantages of 802.11 wireless networks have led to their widespread use which in turn has intensified the problem of interference, especially in dense urban settings. Such networks are close to one another but not centrally managed and do not share any high-speed wired backend. We present a system that ...
Keywords: OFDM, interference, nulling, power allocation

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April 2015 EuroSys '15: Proceedings of the Tenth European Conference on Computer Systems
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Network Function Virtualization is pushing network operators to deploy commodity hardware that will be used to run middlebox functionality and processing on behalf of third parties: in effect, network operators are slowly but surely becoming in-network cloud providers. The market for innetwork clouds is large, ranging from content providers, mobile ...

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October 2014 HotNets-XIII: Proceedings of the 13th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
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We present FUBAR, a system that reduces congestion and maximizes the utility of the entire network by installing new routes and changing the traffic load on existing ones. FUBAR works offline to periodically adjust the distribution of traffic on paths. It requires neither changes to end hosts nor precise prior ...

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August 2014 SIGCOMM '14: Proceedings of the 2014 ACM conference on SIGCOMM
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Contemporary network stacks are masterpieces of generality, supporting many edge-node and middle-node functions. Generality comes at a high performance cost: current APIs, memory models, and implementations drastically limit the effectiveness of increasingly powerful hardware. Generality has historically been required so that individual systems could perform many functions. However, as providers ...
Keywords: clean-slate design, network performance, network stacks, network- stack specialization
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February 2015  ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review - SIGCOMM'14: Volume 44 Issue 4, October 2014

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June 2014 USENIX ATC'14: Proceedings of the 2014 USENIX conference on USENIX Annual Technical Conference
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WiFi's physical layer has increased in speed from 802.11b's 11 Mbps to the Gbps rates of emerging 802.11ac. Despite these gains, WiFi's inefficient MAC layer limits achievable end-to-end throughput. The culprit is 802.11's mandatory idle period before each medium acquisition, which has come to dwarf the duration of a packet's ...

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November 2013 HotNets-XII: Proceedings of the Twelfth ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
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Contemporary network stacks are masterpieces of generality, supporting a range of edge-node and middle-node functions. This generality comes at significant performance cost: current APIs, memory models, and implementations drastically limit the effectiveness of increasingly powerful hardware. Generality has historically been required to allow individual systems to perform many functions. However, ...
Keywords: network performance, network stacks

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April 2013 nsdi'13: Proceedings of the 10th USENIX conference on Networked Systems Design and Implementation
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Under misconfiguration or topology changes, iBGP with route reflectors exhibits a variety of ills, including routing instability, transient loops, and routing failures. In this paper, we consider the intra-domain route dissemination problem from first principles, and show that these pathologies are not fundamental-rather, they are artifacts of iBGP. We propose ...

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October 2012 HotNets-XI: Proceedings of the 11th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks
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We consider the intra-AS route dissemination problem from first principles, and illustrate that when known route dissemination techniques propagate even a single external routing change, they can cause transient anomalies. These anomalies are not fundamental; they are artifacts of the order in which existing proposals disseminate routes. We show that ...

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April 2012 NSDI'12: Proceedings of the 9th USENIX conference on Networked Systems Design and Implementation
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Networks have become multipath: mobile devices have multiple radio interfaces, datacenters have redundant paths andmultihoming is the normfor big server farms. Meanwhile, TCP is still only single-path. Is it possible to extend TCP to enable it to support multiple paths for current applications on today's Internet? The answer is positive. ...

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November 2011 IMC '11: Proceedings of the 2011 ACM SIGCOMM conference on Internet measurement conference
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We've known for a while that the Internet has ossified as a result of the race to optimize existing applications or enhance security. NATs, performance-enhancing-proxies,firewalls and traffic normalizers are only a few of the middleboxes that are deployed in the network and look beyond the IP header to do their ...
Keywords: TCP, measurements, middleboxes, protocol design

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August 2011 SIGCOMM '11: Proceedings of the ACM SIGCOMM 2011 conference
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The latest large-scale data centers offer higher aggregate bandwidth and robustness by creating multiple paths in the core of the net- work. To utilize this bandwidth requires different flows take different paths, which poses a challenge. In short, a single-path transport seems ill-suited to such networks. We propose using Multipath ...
Keywords: data center, mptcp
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October 2011  ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review - SIGCOMM '11: Volume 41 Issue 4, August 2011

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June 2011 MobiArch '11: Proceedings of the sixth international workshop on MobiArch
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Host mobility has traditionally been solved at the network layer, but even though Mobile IP has been standardised for 15 years, it hasn't been supported by operators. IP's double role as a location identifier and communication endpoint identifier brings a number of functional and performance problems. We argue that the ...
Keywords: mobility, multipath TCP

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March 2011 NSDI'11: Proceedings of the 8th USENIX conference on Networked systems design and implementation
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Multipath TCP, as proposed by the IETF working group mptcp, allows a single data stream to be split across multiple paths. This has obvious benefits for reliability, and it can also lead to more efficient use of networked resources. We describe the design of a multipath congestion control algorithm, we ...

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November 2010 PRESTO '10: Proceedings of the Workshop on Programmable Routers for Extensible Services of Tomorrow
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Multi-core CPUs, along with recent advances in memory and buses, render commodity hardware a strong candidate for building fexible and high-performance software routers. With a forwarding plane physically composed of many packet processing components and operations, resource allocation in multi-core systems is not trivial. Indeed, packets crossing cache hierarchies degrade ...



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