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  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Broadcast-Based Directional Routing in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks

    Vehicular ad hoc networks have been essentially developed to enhance driver safety. The authors believe that to efficiently implement this kind of systems a major problem needs to be solved: "How to rapidly disseminate the information among the vehicles?". At the wireless link level, a step has been already made...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Towards Multi-Layer Autonomic Isolation of Cloud Computing and Networking Resources

    Despite its many foreseen benefits, the main barrier to adoption of cloud computing remains security. Vulnerabilities introduced by virtualization of computing resources and unclear effectiveness of traditional security architectures in fully virtualized networks raise many security challenges. The most critical issue remains resource sharing in a multitenant environment, which creates...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Analysis of Telecommunication Management Technologies

    Telecommunication management is a fundamental factor in successfully operating networks and services. It provides various functions such as Operation & Maintenance (O&M), administration, performance, provisioning, accounting and security. Without it, neither a user can enjoy the benefits of any services nor can the business keep running smoothly. Traditionally the management...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Transmit and Reserve (TAR): A Coordinated Channel Access for IEEE 802.11 Networks

    This paper considers the medium access problem in the IEEE 802.11 standard. Although the transmission bit rates have clearly increased, some MAC related problems remain unsolved. The random channel contention suffers from short term unfairness and from the considerable reduction of the effective throughput due to the collision probability that...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    What's Up: P2P Spontaneous Social Networking

    This paper presents some features of the authors' platform what's up for P2P social networking. The main idea of what's up is to provide spontaneous social networks in the events such as conferences and expositions. With no infrastructure requirement, what's up enables fast setup and deployment of a distributed social...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Analysis of Telecommunication Management Technologies

    Telecommunication management is a fundamental factor in successfully operating networks and services. It provides various functions such as Operation & Maintenance (O&M), administration, performance, provisioning, accounting and security. Without it, neither a user can enjoy the benefits of any services nor can the business keep running smoothly. Traditionally the management...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Towards Multi-Layer Autonomic Isolation of Cloud Computing and Networking Resources

    Despite its many foreseen benefits, the main barrier to adoption of cloud computing remains security. Vulnerabilities introduced by virtualization of computing resources and unclear effectiveness of traditional security architectures in fully virtualized networks raise many security challenges. The most critical issue remains resource sharing in a multitenant environment, which creates...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    What's Up: P2P Spontaneous Social Networking

    This paper presents some features of the authors' platform what's up for P2P social networking. The main idea of what's up is to provide spontaneous social networks in the events such as conferences and expositions. With no infrastructure requirement, what's up enables fast setup and deployment of a distributed social...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Transmit and Reserve (TAR): A Coordinated Channel Access for IEEE 802.11 Networks

    This paper considers the medium access problem in the IEEE 802.11 standard. Although the transmission bit rates have clearly increased, some MAC related problems remain unsolved. The random channel contention suffers from short term unfairness and from the considerable reduction of the effective throughput due to the collision probability that...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis

  • White Papers // Jun 2012

    Broadcast-Based Directional Routing in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks

    Vehicular ad hoc networks have been essentially developed to enhance driver safety. The authors believe that to efficiently implement this kind of systems a major problem needs to be solved: "How to rapidly disseminate the information among the vehicles?". At the wireless link level, a step has been already made...

    Provided By Telecom SudParis