Chia-Wei Tseng

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IPv6 is a technology that provides enormous address space and end-to-end communication, features that are required in the context of the device automation integration for future network. The transition to IPv6 holds the future of the internet infrastructure. Software-defined networking (SDN) defines a new concept for computer networks that can separate and(More)
The medium access control (MAC) protocol, which coordinates channel access between wireless stations, significantly affects network throughput of wireless ad hoc networks. A MAC protocol that is based on a multi-channel model can achieve high throughput by enabling more simultaneous transmission pairs in the network. In this paper, we investigate different(More)
Software-Defined Networking (SDN) is a new potential approach that can separate and provide abstract elements to build computer networks. Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) is a mature, proven and deployed globally technology, and also the future of the internet infrastructure. It can identify, localize and route traffic across the Internet. In this paper,(More)
Network security management and information risk control bring challenges to the existing networks. Traditional network architectures are ill-suited to meet the requirements of today's Information and Communication Technology (ICT) service providers and end users. Software Defined Networking (SDN) and Network Functions Virtualization (NFV) are new(More)
With the popularity of smart devices in a variety of actions to drive more usage of wireless broadband networks. OTT refers to delivery of video, audio and other media over the Internet. The video-related applications and services are major challenges that impact the network performance in the future. It is important to achieve network and service traffic(More)
The network architecture has been inadequate to meet the increasing internet demands driving the transformation of traditional network infrastructure. Software-defined networking (SDN), network functions virtualization (NFV) are complementary technologies that provide new solutions to design, build and operate networks. The purpose of this paper is to(More)
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