Re: [gaia] What if all phones were always on the Internet?

Arjuna Sathiaseelan <arjuna.sathiaseelan@cl.cam.ac.uk> Wed, 02 December 2015 22:02 UTC

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Subject: Re: [gaia] What if all phones were always on the Internet?
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there was a very nice paper at DEV this year which is very relevant:

Optimizing Mobile Application Communication for Challenged Network
Environments
Waylon Brunette (University of Washington), Morgan Vigil (University of
California Santa Barbara), Fahad Pervaiz(University of Washington), Shahar
Levari (University of Washington), Richard Anderson (University of
Washington)

I cant find the paper online -- will post it once available..
regards

On 1 December 2015 at 14:33, Mat Ford <ford@isoc.org> wrote:

>
> > On 28 Nov 2015, at 10:48, El Khatib, Yehia (elkhatib) <
> y.elkhatib@lancaster.ac.uk> wrote:
> >
> > However, most services (read: majority of cloud-hosted services) are
> developed with an assumption of over provisioned networks. This results in
> "chatty application syndrome”, and becomes very apparent when you take said
> application and try to run it over a poor network. So my point is,
> developers could and perhaps should equip their services for deployment in
> poor network conditions.
>
> Related to this point, please see the briefing panel we hosted during the
> IETF93 meeting in Prague earlier this year:
>
> http://www.internetsociety.org/internet-society-briefing-panel-ietf-93
>
> Tackling Connectivity Diversity: Protocol Challenges for Constrained Radio
> Networks and Devices
>
> Abstract
> In many areas, Internet connectivity is primarily via low-end mobile
> devices capable of only 2G or 3G connections to cellular networks. But many
> application developers live and work with much faster computing platforms
> and networking environments. Does the infrastructure need to change to
> accommodate the continuing use of these devices? Is this a transient
> condition of uneven development, or do we need to re-architect and
> re-design systems to better cope with connectivity diversity?
>
>
> Mat
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