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As an experienced entrepreneur and CEO of multiple firms, Dennis Vadura, CEO and Founder of Badu Networks is leading the firm with potential. Badu Networks works to develop technology to improve the way the world connects. They focus on the transport layer of technology making sure users experience an improved web surfing, streaming, cloud storage, and interactive web application experience.
Badu claims the appliance’s patent-pending proprietary WarpTCP rate and timing control algorithms can improve wireless upload/download speeds by up to 100%, increase range and coverage, and help device battery life by reducing the amount of radio usage on client devices.
Badu Networks on Wednesday announced the WarpGateway, a desktop TCP acceleration appliance that increases WiFi throughput by alleviating how the TCP protocol handles data and perceives network congestion.
Badu uses its own congestion control algorithms to improve network performance, which makes its solutions compatible with others aimed at improving bandwidth. This appliance solution is aimed at the commercial space, and the plan is to ultimately have it as fully channel for its go-to-market.
바두네트웍스(Badu Networks)는 인터넷과 기업용 애플리케이션의 가속을 통해 웹페이지 로딩 시간을 줄일 뿐 아니라 네트워크의 연결 속도를 높이는 소프트웨어와 어플라이언스로 모바일 및 와이파이 네트워크의 성능을 극대화시켜 비용을 절감할 수 있는 솔루션인 ‘WG(WarpGateway)’ 시리즈를 출시했다. 특히 자체 개발한 TCP 가속 기술인 ‘랩TCP(WarpTCP)’를 접목해 네트워크의 지연, 지터, 패킷 손실, 불규칙적인 대역폭 변화 등 다양한 환경에서 TCP의 성능을 최적화해 트래픽 급증 상황에서도 투자를 최소화하며 효율적인 네트워크 대역폭 관리가 가능하다.
Badu Networks is a startup company with expertise in TCP optimization. The big idea is to improve traffic throughput when network conditions are less than ideal, such the high jitter environment commonly found in wireless networks.
Technology that speeds up TCP traffic…especially over wireless (cellular and wi-fi).
The following video is Part Two of our interview with the founders of Badu Networks. Part One posted last week.
Badu Networks is developing a technology for distribution within the next two years that will dramatically boost the capacity of public Wifi areas, which will make it possible for many to access the internet with little or no cost. That is important not only for bridging the Digital Divide but also solve part of the problem of net neutrality. This is the first of a two-part video interview.