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A mobile video traffic analysis: Badly designed video clients can waste network bandwidth

Hyunwoo Nam, Bong Ho Kim, Doru Calin, Henning Schulzrinne
2013 2013 IEEE Globecom Workshops (GC Wkshps)  
Furthermore, we found that a large part of the downloaded video content can be unaccepted by a video player even though it is successfully delivered to a client.  ...  According to recent reports, mobile video streaming traffic accounted for 52.8% of total mobile data traffic in 2011, and it is forecast to reach 66.4% in 2015.  ...  In addition to the wasted bandwidth on the down-link stream, which refers to the down-link network resources, there is unnecessary uplink traffic from the client (hosted by the mobile device) and control  ... 
doi:10.1109/glocomw.2013.6825038 dblp:conf/globecom/NamKCS13 fatcat:goygra5k6nczzaueuuifhj2chm

Towards dynamic QoS-aware over-the-top video streaming

Hyunwoo Nam, Kyung Hwa Kim, Bong Ho Kim, Doru Calin, Henning Schulzrinne
2014 Proceeding of IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks 2014  
Our analysis is conducted on different mobile devices (iOS and Android) over various wireless networks (Wi-Fi, 3G and LTE) under dynamic network conditions.  ...  Our measurements show that the video players frequently discard a large amount of video content although it is successfully delivered to a client.  ...  BADLY DESIGNED VIDEO PLAYERS WASTE NETWORK BANDWIDTH Our analysis on HTTP-based video streaming indicates that a video player sends a sequence of HTTP GET messages to download a video and a large amount  ... 
doi:10.1109/wowmom.2014.6918921 dblp:conf/wowmom/NamKKCS14 fatcat:uaymhgmikjbindv3cakoqmuhxe

An Internet-Wide Analysis of Traffic Policing

Tobias Flach, Pavlos Papageorge, Andreas Terzis, Luis Pedrosa, Yuchung Cheng, Tayeb Karim, Ethan Katz-Bassett, Ramesh Govindan
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 conference on ACM SIGCOMM 2016 Conference - SIGCOMM '16  
Large flows like video streams consume significant bandwidth. Some ISPs actively manage these high volume flows with techniques like policing, which enforces a flow rate by dropping excess traffic.  ...  We show that alternatives to policing, like pacing and shaping, can achieve traffic management goals while avoiding the deleterious effects of policing.  ...  Acknowledgments This study would not have been possible without the work and help of many software engineers that worked on the implementation and deployment of the packet capture system and the analysis  ... 
doi:10.1145/2934872.2934873 dblp:conf/sigcomm/FlachPTPCKKG16 fatcat:aklqoygbr5gonj3pepspygtjbi

CONTENT DELIVERY NETWORK'S PIONEERING LEADER- A CASE STUDY ON AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES INC

Yogish Pai U, Krishna Prasad K
2019 Zenodo  
• Akamai Network Operator Solutions Akamai's network operator solution allows new clients and business services to optimize internet traffic and price control [9] .  ...  Content Delivery Networks have been designed to enhance the efficiency of static content internet pages.  ...  . • Affordable bandwidth cost would attract SMBs and boost income as a result. • By paying equal attention to non-enterprise clients, it will help Akamai to sell its solution among mid-level industries  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3490629 fatcat:rtqnkcllm5fz3jqgzciaaz6k7i

CONTENT DELIVERY NETWORK'S PIONEERING LEADER- A CASE STUDY ON AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES INC

U. Yogish Pai, K. Krishna Prasad
2022 Zenodo  
The business runs a global networked servers and resources on these servers are rented to clients who are looking for significant improvement in the performance of their website.  ...  The content delivery network of Akamai is one among the few biggest distributed computing platforms in the world. Akamai CDN serves15-30% of all Internet traffic.  ...  • Akamai Network Operator Solutions Akamai's network operator solution allows new clients and business services to optimize internet traffic and price control [9] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6616531 fatcat:a3cw5focunbihfcdizzwugbgfi

On the HTTP segment streaming potentials and performance improvements

Tomas Kupka
2013 ACM SIGMultimedia Records  
., streaming of live and on demand video, are very popular and are creating a huge amount of network traffic.  ...  We find that distributing client requests over time by means of a different client request strategy yields good results in terms of quality and the number of clients a server can handle.  ...  I would also like to thank all my great colleagues at the Simula Research Laboratory for providing a superb working environment.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2518140.2518146 fatcat:vw2rzzbbgvet5hihfcke6jzspy

meSDN

Jeongkeun Lee, Mostafa Uddin, Jean Tourrilhes, Souvik Sen, Sujata Banerjee, Manfred Arndt, Kyu-Han Kim, Tamer Nadeem
2014 Proceedings of the fifth international workshop on Mobile cloud computing & services - MCS '14  
Due to significant traffic growth and a wide variety of multimedia solutions, enterprise IT departments are demanding more fine-grained visibility and control of mobile traffic.  ...  Hence, we argue that the SDN paradigm needs to be extended to mobile clients to provide optimal network performance between the cloud and wirelessly-connected clients.  ...  CAC and NAC can be enforced at network edges but cannot prevent the controller traffic from consuming wireless resources. meSDN can avoid such wasted transmissions and can benefit all WLAN users. meSDN  ... 
doi:10.1145/2609908.2609948 dblp:conf/mobisys/LeeUTSBAKN14 fatcat:fganoz3ql5cwphxesvbzkazs4m

A case for enhancing dual radio repeater performance through striping, aggregation, and channel sharing

Sayandeep Sen, Michael Griepentrog, Jongwon Yoon, Suman Banerjee
2014 Proceedings of the 20th annual international conference on Mobile computing and networking - MobiCom '14  
, (c) a single link abstraction, and (d) the ability to seamlessly migrate a client to the optimal channel.  ...  Multifacet incorporates several techniques to achieve efficient bandwidth utilization across multiple interfaces -(a) coordinated channel sharing, (b) a simplified backpressure based striping technique  ...  Additionally, once a channel is assigned to the downstream hop (to the client), it cannot be easily changed or else this can be disruptive to the client when a high bandwidth flow is active.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2639108.2639133 dblp:conf/mobicom/SenGYB14 fatcat:jzdpyddugvgndlhs3l7gblmzjy

The Looming Bandwidth Crunch—Legitimate Crisis, or Cyberspace Chicken Little?

Michael Brian Pope, J. P. Shim
2010 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
Unsurprisingly, this has led to a commensurate increase in consumption of bandwidth, the measure of how much information the Internet can transmit.  ...  This article examines the current bandwidth situation in light of networking trends and events as of 2010.  ...  Legislation and regulations intended on enforcing Net neutrality are designed to force an ISP to use nondiscriminatory practices, charging and treating all network traffic equally.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.02743 fatcat:krpmp5msivftbpgr5gul26jbta

360-Degree Video Streaming: A Survey of the State of the Art

Rabia Shafi, Wan Shuai, Muhammad Usman Younus
2020 Symmetry  
360-degree video streaming is expected to grow as the next disruptive innovation due to the ultra-high network bandwidth (60–100 Mbps for 6k streaming), ultra-high storage capacity, and ultra-high computation  ...  The visible area (known as user's viewport) of the video is displayed through Head-Mounted Display (HMD) with a very high frame rate and high resolution.  ...  One of its main drawbacks is that the significant network bandwidth is wasted due to the expensive encoding of less interesting regions.  ... 
doi:10.3390/sym12091491 fatcat:wciqpwsi75grffl2ug73uzsbsm

Results of a Survey to Identify Differences between Interdisciplinary and Transdisciplinary Research Process

Tom Kollman, Atila Ertas
2010 Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering & Science  
APS, therefore, wastes entire links as standby. Implementation of long APS times can badly interact with routing.  ...  nature of network traffic; multiplexing of different QoS for different traffic types (i.e., voice, video, and data); (FDDI) networking technologies.  ... 
doi:10.22545/2010/0002 fatcat:lktnfqcjyzc5ji5mlonrlmve3i

Edge Reduce: Eliminating Mobile Network Traffic Using Application-Specific Edge Proxies

Andreas Pamboris, Peter Pietzuch
2015 2015 2nd ACM International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems  
Based on source-level program analysis, EDGEREDUCE generates application-specific proxies for mobile client applications that execute part of the application logic at the network edge to filter data returned  ...  Mobile carriers are struggling to cope with the surge in smartphone traffic, which reflects badly on end users who often experience poor connectivity in densely populated urban environments.  ...  While about half of mobile data traffic constitutes video streaming, the other half is non-multimedia traffic, with a substantial fraction caused by the large number of client/server applications on today's  ... 
doi:10.1109/mobilesoft.2015.19 dblp:conf/icse/PamborisP15 fatcat:yc5a2ccjljgc7kyw2g2y7hxl2a

Tuning Multipath TCP for Interactive Applications on Smartphones

Quentin De Coninck, Olivier Bonaventure
2018 2018 IFIP Networking Conference (IFIP Networking) and Workshops  
First, it delays the utilization of the LTE network. Second, it allows the mobile to inform the server of its currently preferred wireless network.  ...  This provides bandwidth aggregation and more importantly reduces the handover delay when switching from one network to another.  ...  Mobile video benefited a lot from the bandwidth improvements. On the other hand, the lower latency enabled a new family of voice activated applications [21] .  ... 
doi:10.23919/ifipnetworking.2018.8696520 dblp:conf/networking/ConinckB18 fatcat:f7g4dz64yfewlg357isuyjivmi

Active Queue Management: A Survey

Richelle Adams
2013 IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials  
For each section, example algorithms from the research literature are presented. include infinitesimal perturbation analysis for active queue management in communication networks, wireless networks and  ...  Since its formal introduction to IP networks in 1993 as a viable complementary approach for congestion control, there has been a steady stream of research output with respect to Active Queue Management  ...  This information is sent to the mobile clients via the IP header in packets.  ... 
doi:10.1109/surv.2012.082212.00018 fatcat:r3yhuadtoffoflpjw527ztn3rq

A Survey on Recent Advances in Transport Layer Protocols [article]

Michele Polese, Federico Chiariotti, Elia Bonetto, Filippo Rigotto, Andrea Zanella, Michele Zorzi
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Over the years, the Internet has been enriched with new available communication technologies, for both fixed and mobile networks and devices, exhibiting an impressive growth in terms of performance, with  ...  The Internet research community has kept trying to evolve the transport layer protocols to match the capabilities of modern networks, in order to fully reap the benefits of the new communication technologies  ...  slow start to avoid retransmission timeout; (ii) enhanced in-network and client-side algorithm design, to reduce waste of bandwidth, minimize retransmission timeouts and the number of packet losses, and  ... 
arXiv:1810.03884v1 fatcat:aqoomjapo5ffld4hkvbkv4s4cq
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