User Datagram Protocol
(UDP) (see Table II) provides CL, uncontrolled-loss, maybe-duplicates, unordered service [Postel 1980].
2) User Datagram Protocol
(UDP): An Internet protocol that does not guarantee data delivery.
Shared variables use the Publish-Subscribe Protocol (PSP) which is a form of User Datagram Protocol
WAP is based on the connection-less user datagram protocol
(UDP) and is designed to maintain the connection with minimal signaling traffic.
While WAP uses IP as its transport layer, it also uses the User Datagram Protocol
(UDP) instead of TCP, and it uses the new WTP (Wireless Transaction Protocol) at the transaction layer.
In this way, it determines what content is being requested and routes TCP or user datagram protocol
(UDP) flows to targeted servers based on the requested content.
At Layer 3, IP Multicast uses the User Datagram Protocol
(UDP) as its transport.
Advanced by the OASIS Web Services Discovery and Web Services Devices Profile (WS-DD) Technical Committee, these new standards include Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery), SOAP Over User Datagram Protocol
(UDP), and Devices Profile for Web Services (DPWS).
This means moving out data units almost as soon as they are produced using user datagram protocol
instead of buffering them on the sending and receiving sides, delivering a more transparent experience during interactive sessions.
In addition, Solarflare will be demonstrating its Open Onload middleware with a Cisco Catalyst 4900M switch to show a two-fold improvement in user datagram protocol
(UDP) multicast performance with extremely low latency and jitter.
The multicast flow is a constant bit rate user datagram protocol
Market data applications typically rely on the User Datagram Protocol
(UDP) which is often employed for time-sensitive data transmission.