TCP

Transmission Control Protocol is one of the main protocols for the transmission of Internet data, designed to control the transfer of data. Networks and subnets that share TCP and IP protocols are called TCP / IP networks.

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First released 1974
Developed by Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
Open-source Not defined
Used by Google, Amazon, Microsoft

Interesting facts

The TCP mechanism provides a data stream with a preset connection, re-requests data in the event of data loss, and eliminates duplication when two copies of the same packet are received, thereby guaranteeing, in contrast to UDP, the integrity of the transmitted data and notifying the sender of the transmission results.

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