Chien Aun Chan

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—We present energy consumption models of video-on-demand (VoD) services delivered through newly proposed localized hybrid peer-to-peer (HP2P) and localized peer-assisted patching (PAP) with multicast video delivery methods over optical access networks. In this paper, we demonstrate through simulations that the localized PAP with multicast video delivery(More)
Energy-efficient video distribution systems have become an important tool to deal with the rapid growth in Internet video traffic and to maintain the environmental sustainability of the Internet. Due to the limitations in terms of energy-efficiency of the conventional server centric method for delivering video services to the end users, storing video(More)
– With the proliferation of advanced and interactive services together with the high demand for premium quality of experience, upstream traffic in passive optical networks is growing fast in recent times. Motivated by this, a new power saving mechanism called the sleep-transmit mode (STM) is proposed, which enables the optical network units (ONUs) at(More)
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