High speed bulk data transfer is an important part of many data-intensive scientific applications. TCP fails for the transfer of large amounts of data over long distance across high-speed dedicated network links. Due to system hardware is incapable of saturating the bandwidths supported by the network and rise buffer overflow and packet-loss in the system. To overcome this there is a necessity to build a Performance Adaptive-UDP (PA-UDP) protocol for dynamically maximizing the implementation under different systems. A mathematical model and algorithms are used for effective buffer and CPU management. Performance Adaptive-UDP is a supreme protocol than other protocols by maintaining memory processing, packet- loss processing and CPU utilization. Based on this protocol bulk data transfer is processed with high speed over the dedicated network links.
Kumar, Kurmachalam Ajay; Vemuri, Saritha; and Suresh, Ralla
"Normalized Transfer of Bulk Data By Using UDP In Dedicated Networks,"
International Journal of Smart Sensor and Adhoc Network: Vol. 1
, Article 4.
Available at: https://www.interscience.in/ijssan/vol1/iss4/4