Application Level Multicast Infrastructure (ALMI)
Application Level Multicast Infrastructure (ALMI) is a technique used to transmit data from one sender to many receivers in a network. It is a specialized skill that involves creating a multicast tree and managing the network resources to ensure efficient delivery of data packets to all receivers. ALMI is commonly used in multimedia applications such as video conferencing, online gaming, and live streaming events. It requires a deep understanding of network protocols and infrastructure to implement and maintain.
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