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There is a growing concern that the Internet transport layer has become less adaptive to the requirements of new applications, and that further evolution has become very difficult. This is because a fundamental assumption no longer holds: it can no longer be assumed that the transport layer is only in the scope of end-hosts. The success of TCP and UDP and the ubiquity of middleboxes have led to ossification of both the network infrastructure and the API presented to applications. This has leddoi:10.1109/lanman.2016.7548846 dblp:conf/lanman/GrinnemoJFRBH16 fatcat:ayg2n4er4fgjbnxket62gdb2fe