Saratoga: scalable, speedy data delivery for sensor networks. (arXiv:1204.3263v1 [cs.NI])

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A networking transport protocol, named Saratoga, has been developed at the
University of Surrey for efficient delivery of imagery from
Internet-Protocol-based remote-sensing satellites. Saratoga is now being
implemented and evaluated for use for the high-end data-delivery needs of
astronomers using large, advanced, radio telescopes. These telescopes are
expected to take advantage of Internet technologies. This brief paper outlines
the reasons for the creation and adoption of this protocol, discusses how it
differs from and complements other protocols, and summarises the worldwide
collaboration that is making this development possible.



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