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Mobile devices manage limited resources, above all data storage capacity and data transfer rate. Data amount used by nowadays applications is beyond the capability of mobile devices. A distributed file system presents an appropriate solution, but current distributed file systems are not suitable for mobile devices. We have explored the properties of current(More)
Using of mobile devices has grown over the past years. Under the term “mobile devices”, we can see cell phones, personal digital assistants (PDA), smart phones, netbooks, tablets etc. Mobile devices provide many function e.g. accessing internet and e-mail, playing music and movies, accessing files from remote storage. Disadvantage of mobile(More)
Mobile devices, such as smart phones, tablets, and netbooks, are now becoming increasingly popular. Effective access to remote files on servers in the network should be granted to the user. Today’s common distributed file systems, such as OpenAFS, Coda, and others, are not suitable for use on mobile devices. The user is forced either to access a particular(More)
Usage of mobile devices has grown over the past years. The term “mobile devices” covers many different kinds of devices (e.g. smart phones, cell phones, personal digital assistant (PDA), tablets, netbooks, etc.). A typical example that shows the growth of technologies is the smart phone. A Smart phone serves not only for voice calls and typing SMS, but can(More)
The paper deals with the modern concepts of distributed and hierarchical storage systems. Because of the high capacity of modern storage devices, the increasing number of files stored in such systems and the new client access patterns of mobile devices, the architecture of storage systems needs improvement to perform efficiently and respond to the current(More)
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