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Optimize satellite links and participation in R&am

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Dec 16th, 2010 at 4:46am  
Traffic Squeezer optimizes network traffic on WAN/Satellite/Leased-line circuits (Highspeed->low-speed) portable network convergence based deployments. Basically Traffic Squeezer reduces the data foot-print, since the overall data communicated is reduced, and hence improves the effective bps (bits per second) rates.

There are some users, already using Traffic Squeezer for accelerating their Satellite links, but we are curious to hear about their comments/suggestions in this forum.

People who are curious doing or participating in Traffic Squeezer Research with good expertise and knowledge in satellite technologies can feel free to contact. Like any other open-source project, Traffic Squeezer is a open-source solution which is implemented in Linux Kernel core (much like TCP/IP stack).

You can go through Traffic Squeezer website(www.trafficsqueezer.org) for a bigger picture.
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