Real world IP networks are, by their very nature, congested– introducing both latency and packet loss to application flows. TCP (transmission control protocol) is deployed as a means to guarantee the in-order delivery of data and uses a variety of algorithms to avoid additional network congestion.
LiveTCP optimizes TCP performance for a wide range of networks and applications and reduces the user interface (UI) lag associated with connecting to remote desktops using commonly used protocols like RDP, RGS and ICA.
LiveTCP network latency mitigation
Both latency and packet loss degrade the end user quality of experience, resulting in unresponsive user interfaces for remote desktop users, extended wait times for file transfers, as well as choppy video and reduced frame rates.
LiveTCP congestion control
For each TCP flow that it is protecting, LiveTCP automatically selects the optimal congestion control algorithm and then tunes it based on measured network conditions.