Integrated System of Networking, Caching, and Computing
Integrated systems of networking, caching, and computing refer to integrated frameworks and technologies in wireless or mobile communication systems that take into consideration at least two aspects of networking, caching, and computing, aiming at providing coherent and sustainable services to fulfill various mobile network user demands, such as high-data-rate communication, low-latency information retrieval, and extensive computation resources.
Software-Defined Networking (SDN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) (Liang and Yu, 2014), and Heterogeneous Network (HetNet) are key supporting technologies from the networking vector of the integrated system. SDN can enable the separation between the data plane and the control plane, therefore realizing the independence of the data plane capacity from the control plane resource, which means high data rates can be achieved without incurring...
- Liang C, Yu F (2015) Virtual resource allocation in information-centric wireless virtual networks. In: Proceedings of IEEE international conference on communications (ICC), London, UK, pp 3915–3920Google Scholar
- Xie R, Yu F, Ji H, Li Y (2012) Energy-efficient resource allocation for heterogeneous cognitive radio networks with femtocells 11(11):3910–3920Google Scholar