A radical new router

  title={A radical new router},
  author={Lewis. C. Roberts},
  journal={IEEE Spectrum},
Today's network routers are choking on streaming video and peer-to- peer file sharing. The article looks at a new router design that keeps track of individual data flows and promises a fix. 
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