Slicing Home Networks

Despite the popularity of home networks, they face a number of systemic problems: broadband networks are expensive to deploy; and it is not clear how the cost can be shared by several service providers; home networks are getting harder to manage as we connect more devices, use new applications, and rely on them for entertainment, communication and work|it is common for home networks to be poorly managed, insecure or just plain broken; and it is not clear how home networks will steadily improve, after they have been deployed, to provide steadily better service to home users.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Mobility Date Added: Aug 2011 Format: PDF

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