Of late, most of the software applications rely on the web-based Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to run. The TCP is purpose-built not only to support software applications but also for multiple primary networks.
The Transmission Control Protocol is developed to provide a seamless service with the following characteristics:
- Provides balance to other flows that potentially share the bandwidth of a channel
- Helps in assessing the available unused bandwidth.
It is interesting to note that the Transmission Control Protocol aims at creating a credible communication stream to address the challenges of packet Internet Protocol (IP). In other words, the Transmission Control Protocol is a mechanism that complements almost all Internet applications to run without hassles.