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In a collaboration between the BaBar experiment and the UK e-Science network project, Managed Bandwidth -Next Generation, MB-NG, we demonstrated how the new TCP/IP transport protocol stacks could be used to achieve high performance data transport in a real HEP experiment. This paper reports on investigations of the performance of these TCP stacks and their use with data transfer applications such as GridFTP, bbftp, bbcp and Apache. End-host performance was also examined in order to determinedoi:10.5170/cern-2005-002.1304 fatcat:mjwlckn4anepvgllggey4nim4e