Optimizing Fairness Of Http Adaptive Streaming In Cable Networks (2012)

By Michael Adams, Solution Area Media and Chris Phillips, Ericsson

This paper describes a novel approach to traffic management for HTTP adaptive streaming that optimizes fairness across multiple clients and increases network throughput. Readers of the paper will gain an understanding of the network impacts of implementing HTTP adaptive streaming, and how network management techniques may be applied to optimize fair bandwidth allocation between competing streams.

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