bandwidth management

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bandwidth management

Controlling the traffic flow in a network to avoid congestion. See bandwidth manager.
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As a classical bandwidth control method, token bucket algorithm [12] has good capability in congestion processing, which consists of three components: token, token bucket, and token generator (Figure 1).
It was shown that the addition of simple lumped capacitors or inductors at the stub's termination can provide substantial bandwidth control by simply switching on or off the load inductors or capacitors.
As well-known in network congestion control problem [9], without using any virtual bandwidth control mechanism, when the two virtual machines do their best to send the traffic, so as to occupy the full bandwidth of the physical link.
These capabilities offer the ability to automate provisioning and enable dynamic bandwidth control of high-bandwidth services, while setting a new benchmark in network survivability against failures due to cable cuts or natural catastrophes.
However, in practical application, there are some requirements for bandwidth control. A mixed electric and magnetic coupling scheme is introduced to control absolute bandwidth (ABW) in [7].
Apart from addressing security concerns, something that is implicit in the nature of the firewall, NGFWs also offer bandwidth control. Because of application awareness, NGFWs perform QoS functions, so higher priority applications are accorded a higher percentage of bandwidth.
Extensive traffic shaping, QoS and bandwidth control
The Network Processor module provides advanced IP features including routing, switching, Quality of Service, and Vipersat dynamic bandwidth control. The modems will be integrated with Comtech EF Data's Vipersat Management System (VMS), which is the engine that provides dynamic Single Carrier per Channel bandwidth management of the space segment.
25 -- Meraki, the cloud-based wireless networking company, has announced the launch of Meraki Traffic Shaper, an application aware bandwidth control system integrated with Meraki's wireless networking solutions.
The Network Processor module provides advanced IP features including routing, switching, Quality of Service and Vipersat dynamic bandwidth control. The modems will be integrated with Comtech EF Data's Vipersat Management System (VMS), which is the engine that provides dynamic Single Carrier per Channel bandwidth management of the space segment, according to the company.
The card incorporates Bigfoot Network's Game Networking DNA technology, comprised of a dedicated network processor (NPU), Advanced Game Detect, Windows stack bypass, Visual Bandwidth Control and other optimisations designed to deliver the best online gaming experience possible.