H-TLA: Hybrid-Based and Two-Level Addressing Architecture for IoT Devices and Services

Sangwon SEO, Sangbae YUN, Jaehong KIM, Inkyo KIM, Seongwook JIN, Seungryoul MAENG
2020 IEICE transactions on information and systems  
An increasing number of IoT devices are being introduced to the market in many industries, and the number of devices is expected to exceed billions in the near future. With this trend, many researchers have proposed new architectures to manage IoT devices, but the proposed architecture requires a huge memory footprint and computation overheads to look-up billions of devices. This paper proposes a hybrid hashing architecture called H-TLA to solve the problem from an architectural point of view,
more » ... ral point of view, instead of modifying a hashing algorithm or designing a new one. We implemented a prototype system that shows about a 30% increase in performance while conserving uniformity. Therefore, we show an efficient architecture-level approach for addressing billions of devices.
doi:10.1587/transinf.2020edl8027 fatcat:yfmbgjroubd7lmfhby5vht3nym