We propose a new transport paradigm, called asyn-chronous multicast push (AMP) that leads to much more efficient use of network bandwidth, to higher throughput, and to reduced server load. AMP decouples request and delivery for frequently re-questeddata and uses multicast delivery. We derive quantitatively by how much the server load and the network load is reduced by introducing an asyn-chronism between data request and data delivery.
Asynchronous multicast push : AMP
ICCC 1997, 13th international conference on computer communication, "Key to a mature information society", November 18-21, 1997, Cannes, France
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