Casual Geek Chat on Bufferbloat with Preseem and Visp
Preseem and VISP.net are back, bringing you another Casual Geek Chat!
Join us on October 7, 2020 at 11 a.m. Eastern for another not-so-typical webinar, as resident geeks from the Preseem and VISP.net teams meet to discuss “Bufferbloat: What, Why, and How to Fix.”
Your hosts—Dan Siemon (Preseem), Jeremy Davis and Brandon Yarbrough (Visp)—will talk about latency, packet buffers, and the Bufferbloat problem. They’ll also partake in a live question and answer session with you, the audience!
You can also learn more about Dan, Jeremy, and Brandon by reading their bios here.
This is not a sales pitch or a product demo for Preseem or Visp. Our Casual Geek Chat on Bufferbloat is simply a chance for our resident nerds to share their love of wireless networking with you. With their extensive experience in the industry, as both owners and network managers, they’re glad to be able to share their tips, tricks, and knowledge with the WISP community.
If you can’t attend the live event, make sure that you sign up anyway. This will allow you to watch the discussion, as everyone that registers will receive a recorded copy of the session after it airs. You can also see the main topics that will be covered by checking out the agenda below. In the meantime, you can learn more about the Preseem-Visp integration here.
- What is Bufferbloat? Its History and How We Got Here
- Queues and Buffers: Why Do They Exist in Packet Networks?
- Why Big Buffers are a Problem: What This Does to Quality of Experience (QoE)
- Where the Bufferbloat Problem Can Occur
- Mitigation: Managing Latency
- Live Q&A