Marginal gains and how they impact channel latency.

Posted: Mar 12, 2018

‘Marginal gains’ is a term that has come into common sporting parlance, if not everyday life. Back in 2003, when England won the Rugby World Cup in Sydney, Sir Clive Woodward attributed it to marginal gains - doing 100 things 1% better, rather than one thing 100% better. One ‘1%’ was England’s skin-tight shirts. Back in the age of ‘baggy’ rugby shirts, this was a revelation, meaning a player couldn’t be (easily) tackled by grabbing the shirt, as happened in an earlier England game, costing them the match. Roll forwards 5 years, all professional teams had them…

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