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This is the first time a paper involving a University from
Their work addresses a key challenge faced by large-scale cloud applications (e.g., web search, advertising systems, and financial systems), which is 'network resource allocation'.
This usually means determining how to share a data center network among competing network flows dynamically where the end goal may be to minimize response times, meet deadlines or achieve fair sharing.
Their work proposes a new transport framework called PASE for supporting large-scale online services. PASE vastly improves performance over the state-of-the-art protocols and is readily deployable, as it does not require any changes to the existing infrastructure.
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