Monthly Archives: July 2013

Optimizing WAN Performance with a TCP Protocol Designed by AI?

Since its inception several decades ago, TCP¬†(Transmission Control Protocol) has been the fundamental protocol for transmitting bits across the Internet for most traffic types and has been the underpinning for the relatively robust WAN performance that TCP have been providing. Since then, there has been quite a few iterations and […]

Can a dual WAN router solve the problem of the cloud’s vulnerable dependency to WAN uptime and performance?

As an IT manager, there are really solid reasons to embrace service architectures that are based on cloud services and cloud based vendors. The immediate ones that come to mind are: cost reduction, no need for maintenance and no expensive upgrade cycles. Perhaps the only short coming of cloud based […]