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  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    SHAPE the Wireless Traffic in the Home Network

    Today's home hosts an increasing number of multimedia devices, such as media servers, set-top boxes and IP-TVs. As users favor wireless devices, home Wi-Fi networks are facing the challenge of providing throughput assurances to multimedia traffic. The authors propose SHAPE, a Smart Home Access Point Environment, that enforces medium sharing...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Dissemination in Opportunistic Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: The Power of the Crowd

    Opportunistic ad-hoc communication enables portable devices such as smartphones to effectively exchange information, taking advantage of their mobility and locality. The nature of human interaction makes information dissemination using such networks challenging. The authors use three different experimental traces to study fundamental properties of human interactions. They break the traces...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    SHAPE: Scheduling in Wireless Home Networks

    Today's home networks contain more and more dedicated media devices with high bandwidth requirements. In addition, many of them are connected wirelessly. Unfortunately, due to the shared nature of access to the medium, they hardly support this kind of traffic. In this paper, the authors design SHAPE (Smart Home Access...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Measuring the Impact of Virtualization on Network Applications

    Virtualization has been successfully applied to cell phones, personal computers, and servers, and several efforts are underway to virtualize network routers, home gateways, and many other devices. However, the system designer is often confronted with a wide choice of virtualization techniques, each presenting complex tradeoffs between features and limitations. Most...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Measuring the Impact of Virtualization on Network Applications

    Virtualization has been successfully applied to cell phones, personal computers, and servers, and several efforts are underway to virtualize network routers, home gateways, and many other devices. However, the system designer is often confronted with a wide choice of virtualization techniques, each presenting complex tradeoffs between features and limitations. Most...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    SHAPE: Scheduling in Wireless Home Networks

    Today's home networks contain more and more dedicated media devices with high bandwidth requirements. In addition, many of them are connected wirelessly. Unfortunately, due to the shared nature of access to the medium, they hardly support this kind of traffic. In this paper, the authors design SHAPE (Smart Home Access...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2011

    Dissemination in Opportunistic Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks: The Power of the Crowd

    Opportunistic ad-hoc communication enables portable devices such as smartphones to effectively exchange information, taking advantage of their mobility and locality. The nature of human interaction makes information dissemination using such networks challenging. The authors use three different experimental traces to study fundamental properties of human interactions. They break the traces...

    Provided By TECHNICOLOR

  • White Papers // Oct 2011

    SHAPE the Wireless Traffic in the Home Network

    Today's home hosts an increasing number of multimedia devices, such as media servers, set-top boxes and IP-TVs. As users favor wireless devices, home Wi-Fi networks are facing the challenge of providing throughput assurances to multimedia traffic. The authors propose SHAPE, a Smart Home Access Point Environment, that enforces medium sharing...

    Provided By TECHNICOLOR