FAST TCP: from theory to experiments

@article{Jin2005FASTTF,
  title={FAST TCP: from theory to experiments},
  author={Cheng Jin and David X. Wei and Steven H. Low and Julian J. Bunn and H. D. Choe and John Doyle and Harvey B. Newman and Sylvain Ravot and Suresh Singh and Fernando Paganini and G. Buhrmaster and Roger Les Cottrell and Olivier Martin and Wu-chun Feng},
  journal={IEEE Network},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={4-11}
}
We describe a variant of TCP, called FAST, that can sustain high throughput and utilization at multigigabits per second over large distances. We present the motivation, review the background theory, summarize key features of FAST TCP, and report our first experimental results. 
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