The backbone of all human interaction is the system it relies upon to function. In the online world, that’s the network. But it’s much more than the infrastructure of boxes and wires. It also takes innovation to imagine what the network of the future will look like and how to build it.
The UCLA Connection Lab is exploring groundbreaking theoretical and practical implementations of next-gen connectivity. The design and optimization of this ever-growing infrastructure requires constant upgrading and improvement to meet the constantly changing demands placed upon it. Our vision for a future where we are all connected seamlessly and invisibly begins with speed and the extensible nature of the network.
Routers allocate bandwidth and buffer space according to queueing disciplines. The Power function includes two of the most important performance…