Windows Core Networking

Windows Core Networking APIs and technologies such as Winsock, TCP/IP stack, WFP, IPsec, IPv6, WSK, WinINet, Http.sys, WinHttp, QoS, and System.Net

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  • Blog Post: Advances in Windows Vista TCP/IP

    The Windows Vista TCP/IP stack has made tremendous improvements in its efficiency, taking full advantage of hardware advances (e.g. gigabit networking). As explained by Murari in a previous posting ( Advances in Windows TCP/IP Networking ), there are a number of bottlenecks that affect TCP throughput...
  • Blog Post: What is NetDMA?

    The NetDMA term was coined by the networking team to imply a DMA (Direct Memory Access) engine that is used for moving networking data in memory. During WinHEC I will present the NetDMA architecture but for now I will give you the problem that NetDMA is trying to address. When the networking card...
  • Blog Post: Advances in Windows TCP/IP Networking

    Significant advances have been made, both in hardware and in software, over the past few years that have enabled gigabit networking. From being unavailable just a few years back, it has become mainstream technology with GigE NICs available in an increasing number of clients and servers today. The ever...
  • Blog Post: An Interview with Alireza Dabagh, NDIS development lead

    Tell us about what you do in Windows. I’m NDIS development lead. I lead a team which works on NDIS and related components, and I also contribute to the architecture, coding and design of our components. How long have you been participating in WinHEC? Quite some time! Maybe 4 or 5 years...
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