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This paper investigates "Quick UDP Internet Connections" (QUIC), which was proposed by Google in 2012 as a reliable protocol on top of UDP in order to reduce Web Page retrieval time. We first check, through experiments, if QUIC can be safely deployed in the Internet and then we evaluate the Web page load time in comparison with SPDY and HTTP. We have found(More)
Enabling real-time communication over the Internet is of ever increasing importance due to the use of Internet for audio/video communication. The RTCWeb IETF working group has been established with the goal of standardizing a set of protocols for inter-operable real-time communication among Web browsers. In this paper we experimentally evaluate the Google(More)
—Real-time communication over the Internet is of ever increasing importance due the diffusion of portable devices, such as smart phones or tablets, with enough processing capacity to support video conferencing applications. The RTCWeb working group has been established with the goal of standardizing a set of protocols for inter-operable real-time(More)
Video conferencing applications require low latency and high bandwidth. Standard TCP is not suitable for video conferencing since its reliability and in order delivery mechanisms induce large latency. Recently the idea of using the delay gradient to infer congestion is appearing again and is gaining momentum. In this paper we present an algorithm that is(More)
— Congestion control for real-time media communication over the Internet is currently being addressed in IETF and W3C bodies aiming at standardizing a set of inter-operable protocols and APIs to enable real-time communication between Web browsers. In this paper we propose a mathematical model of the congestion control algorithm for real-time flows proposed(More)
Google congestion control (GCC) has been proposed for the case of delay sensitive traffic (i.e. video-conference) in the WebRTC framework. In this paper we analyze the effect of wireless channel outages on the GCC. We have observed that, when a channel outage ends, there are packets that arrive at the receiver as a burst. This behavior impairs the(More)
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