Application Design Over Named Data Networking With Its Features in Mind

Designed around host-reachability, today's Internet architecture faces many limitations while serving data-oriented applications, which produce most traffic load to the Internet. Many clean-slate designs of the content/data oriented network have emerged to adapt to these needs. Named Data Networking (also known as CCN) is one of these designs to address these limitations from the fundamental level by building network architecture around named data. In this paper, the authors identify five key features crucial to application design over Named Data Networking and take the voice conference system as an example to show how this features impact the application design significantly in detail.

Provided by: IARIA Topic: Networking Date Added: Feb 2012 Format: PDF

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