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Given a sufficiently good network connection, even a handheld computer can run extremely resource-intensive applications by executing the demanding portions on a remote server. At first glance, the increasingly ubiquitous deployment of wireless hotspots seems to offer the connectivity needed for remote execution. However, we show that the backhaul connection from the hotspot to the Internet can be a prohibitive bottleneck for interactive applications. To eliminate this bottleneck, we propose adoi:10.1145/1067170.1067180 dblp:conf/mobisys/SuF05 fatcat:z3yfz7fiqffmjmh3qtle3mdi2i