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INTELiCON: Intelligent Connectivity Framework for the Simultaneous Use of Multiple Interfaces

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INTELiCON: Intelligent Connectivity Framework for the Simultaneous Use of Multiple Interfaces
— Widespread deployment of Wi-Fi together with 3G upgrades to cellular networks is rapidly creating areas where multiple wireless IP technologies are accessible. WiMAX will further contribute to this phenomenon. The ability to use diverse access technologies simultaneously creates opportunities to improve application service quality and reliability. In this paper, we present an intelligent connectivity framework (INTELiCON) that allows devices to exploit access diversity in new ways. INTELiCON provides a modular, flexible platform for discovering, selecting, executing and evaluating the most appropriate connectivity strategies. The framework executes connectivity strategies and evaluates their effectiveness while maintaining transparency to the application layer. Furthermore INTELiCON can also dynamically implement new strategies to meet variations in network conditions or application requirements. We present the architectural characteristics of the INTELiCON framework with details o...
Kyriakos Manousakis, Praveen Gopalakrishnan, Dave
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Kyriakos Manousakis, Praveen Gopalakrishnan, Dave Famolari, Eric van den Berg
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