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29 March 2020
 
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Femtocaching and Device-to-Device Collaboration: A New Architecture for Wireless Video Distribution
Negin Golrezaei ; Andreas F. Molisch ; Alexandros G. Dimakis ; Giuseppe Caire ;
Date 7 Apr 2012
AbstractWe present a new architecture to handle the ongoing explosive increase in the demand for video content in wireless networks. It is based on distributed caching of the content in femto-basestations with small or non-existing backhaul capacity but with considerable storage space, called helper nodes. We also consider using the mobile terminals themselves as caching helpers, which can distribute video through device-to-device communications. This approach allows an improvement in the video throughput without deployment of any additional infrastructure. The new architecture can improve video throughput by one to two orders-of-magnitude.
Source arXiv, 1204.1595
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