High-performance network programming, Part 1, Squeeze maximum usage out of your network resources

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Girish Venkatachalam

Date archived: December 19, 2016 | Last updated: October 02, 2007|First published: September 25, 2007

If you have UNIX®-based programming experience, then you've probably worried at some point about enhancing your network throughput. In this article, learn some useful techniques to squeeze the most out of your bandwidth, and get a big performance boost with some of the methods described here.

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