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What does RMT stand for?

RMT stands for Reliable Multicast Transport (IETF)

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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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COIAS intends to address important technical issues such as: Internet and ATM QoS mapping, RSVP signalling over ATM and satellite links, IP flows aggregation, network resource optimisation, load balancing between ATM and satellite networks, security for mobile access and reliable multicast transport protocol.
Based on the RMTP Reliable MultiCast Transport Protocol developed by IBM's Tokyo Research Labs in collaboration with NTT Information and Communication Systems Laboratories, Hyper Delivery is for the delivery of bulk data to large numbers of registered clients (2,000 to 10,000) over a standard UDP/IP network.
The FLUTE Standard Developed over several years by the Reliable Multicast Transport (RMT) working group of the IETF, that included researchers from Digital Fountain, Cisco, Nokia, Microsoft and others, the FLUTE standard aims to overcome the challenges of broadcast and multicast applications transmitting data to a large population of receivers (or clients) concurrently.
Mankin has been the driving force behind some of the most important IETF protocols, including the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for starting communication sessions between users; the Integrated Services (Intserv) framework for transporting audio, video, real-time, and classical data traffic within a single network infrastructure; and the Reliable Multicast Transport (RMT) protocol, which enables the "one-to-many" distribution of large amounts of data across networks.
The charter members of the newly-formed advisory board include widely-acclaimed industry leaders Brad Cain, chief scientist of Mirror Image Internet; Radia Perlman, a distinguished engineer at Sun Microsystems Laboratories; and Brian Whetten, chief scientist of Talarian, one of the foremost experts on reliable multicast protocols and communication, and a leading author in the IETF Reliable Multicast Transport working group.