Dynamic Reconfiguration of Radio Mobile Multimedia Services Platforms of 3rd and 4th Generations

Due to the characteristics of wireless mobile networks (e.g., node mobility, request fluctuation and poor Quality-of-Service (QoS)), operators as well as service and content providers must cooperate to satisfy their customers. One of the solutions is the dynamic reconfiguration of service platforms, which is a real-time operation made on an initial configuration to improve the QoS parameters of the platform. Reconfiguration can be done by software means, and it can be material or logical, meaning that it may affect the physical or software components of the platform, the physical links or also the transmitted information, without deteriorating the SLAs contracts signed between customers and operators.

Provided by: Science & Engineering Research Support soCiety (SERSC) Topic: Mobility Date Added: Nov 2009 Format: PDF

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