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Controlling Bandwidth in the Clouds

August 28, 2007

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Internet users know that when you need bandwidth, you really need it. If half your company’s bandwidth is allocated in New York, and your sites in London and Tokyo are slammed, that New York bandwidth is going to waste. University of California, San Diego, computer scientists have designed, implemented and evaluated a new bandwidth management system for cloud-based applications capable of solving this problem. Full Story

University of California San Diego's Jacobs School of Engineering

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