About a week ago, a few of us from work drove over to Le Mans and I was reminded once again of the Europeans and in my humble opinion their better quality of driving. Last weekend however, while driving back to my parents, I had to tackle the M25 and Saturday appeared to be one of those days when the 'less blessed with driving ability' were out on the road. Thus, this blog posting is two fold
That's pretty much the view we have taken with Office Communication Server 2007, as discussed in the Psytechnics report. We don't assume QoS is in place and instead use some software trickery to make best use the bandwidth we have available. In an uncongested network we do as well as the competition, but if you add a bit of traffic to the network, we come out better than those that rely on QoS.