• Corpus ID: 2158062

CDTP Chain Distributed Transfer Protocol

  title={CDTP Chain Distributed Transfer Protocol},
  author={Shmuel Vagner},
  • S. Vagner
  • Published 30 December 2004
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
The rapid growth of the internet in general and of bandwidth capacity at internet clients in particular poses increasing computation and bandwidth demands on internet servers. Internet access technologies like ADSL [DSL], Cable Modem and Wireless modem allow internet clients to access the internet with orders of magnitude more bandwidth than using traditional modems. We present CDTP a distributed transfer protocol that allows clients to cooperate and therefore remove the strain from the… 

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