The Vault

RESEARCH PAPER / Dec 2016
As increasing amounts of economic, entertainment and social activities are occurring using native and web applications, it has become essential for developers to analyze user interactions in order to better understand their behavior and increase engagement and monetization. In this paper, we describe how JumpStart, a real-time event analytics service,...
RESEARCH PAPER / Jun 2016 / IoT
The World Wide Web (WWW or Web) is a global collection of connected documents and other resources that reside on the Internet.  The introduction of the Internet of Things (IoT) is expected to dramatically increase the size of the Web in the near future and thus necessitates a fundamental change...
RESEARCH PAPER / Jun 2016 / IoT, oneM2M, oneTRANSPORT
Horizontal IIoT platforms will proliferate once organizations implement multiple IIoT applications across different business units within a single corporation, for example, and in communal environments, such as smart cities and multi-modal transportation systems. Two other factors that will fuel this trend are the favorable economics of shared platforms and the...
RESEARCH PAPER / Apr 2015 / Wi-Fi, MAC, congestion-aware
In wireless networks such as those based on IEEE 802.11, packet losses due to fading and interference are often misinterpreted as indications of congestion, causing unnecessary decrease in the data sending rate due to congestion control at higher layer protocols. For delay-constrained applications such as video teleconferencing, packet losses may...
RESEARCH PAPER / Nov 2014 / 5G, CGW
The Future of Wi-Fi Promises up to a 4-Fold Capacity Improvement Mobile data traffic is growing at an annual rate of more than 60%, and Wi-Fi usage is already 20x greater than cellular systems for wireless data delivery. With more and more demand for Wi-Fi services, the industry is looking...
RESEARCH PAPER / Apr 2014 / 5G, Wi-Fi, CGW
With the growth rate of new-device mobile data traffic significantly greater than the growth rate of users, Wi-Fi wireless data delivery currently accounts for 20 times more of data delivery than cellular systems. Wi-Fi wireless data delivery is expected to increase exponentially through 2017. This paper provides an overview of...
RESEARCH PAPER / Feb 2014