JDSU Homes in on TCP Throughput

JDSU says it has led the development of a new communications test methodology for measuring the end user QoE when uploading and downloading video and other high-bandwidth content over the Internet. JDSU developed the TCP throughput test methodology, known as ...

JDSU says it has led the development of a new communications test methodology for measuring the end user QoE when uploading and downloading video and other high-bandwidth content over the Internet.

JDSU developed the TCP throughput test methodology, known as RFC 6349, in collaboration with two global network operators. It was recently published by the Internet Engineering Task Force as a repeatable service activation test method for managed IP networks.

RFC 6349 is designed to provide deeper visibility into the application and TCP layer and address every major Ethernet service, including Ethernet backhaul, Ethernet business services and cloud computing.
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