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In this paper the open-source NextSharePC demo is presented, which allows to distribute layered video content over P2P networks. The cost-efficient distribution of multimedia content over P2P networks has become very popular in recent years. Furthermore, multimedia content is consumed on a variety of devices, which requires to provide content in different(More)
Peer-to-Peer systems are nowadays a very popular solution for multimedia distribution, as they provide significant cost benefits compared with traditional server-client distribution. Additionally, the distribution of scalable content enables the consumption of the content in a quality suited for the available bandwidth and the capabilities of the end-user(More)
The recent trend in Internet traffic indicates the proliferation of usage of multimedia services where a substantial part is related to some sort of video transmission. Moreover, an increasing number of Internet users employ wireless access technologies. High-quality video streaming over wireless access in unison with great mobility brings challenges to(More)
The Scalable Video Coding (SVC) has been recently added as an extension to H.264/AVC standard. This extension allows both bit rate and device capability adaptation which are desirable features especially in error-prone wireless heterogeneous networks. This paper investigates the spatiotemporal error concealment techniques for packet losses in wireless IP(More)
There is demand for solutions capable of managing the constantly increasing video traffic loads over wireless networks while ensuring sufficient QoS and QoE for mobile video services. This paper presents a hierarchical network management architecture for optimized mobile video streaming in heterogeneous multi-access networks. The architecture jointly(More)
The prevalence of broadband wireless networks offering nearly ubiquitous Internet connectivity today has opened new possibilities for utilizing wireless and mobile services also in eHealth applications. However, such services often involve transmission of critical multimedia data, thus having stringent requirements for network Quality of Service (QoS) not(More)
Adaptive HTTP video streaming has gained popularity in providing live feed from the events to mobile consumers. For reaching the widest possible audience, video service providers usually need to generate multiple video representations from the input stream suitable for different clients, which can increase the server-side energy consumption and processor(More)
  • Mikko Uitto
  • 2016 IEEE 12th International Conference on…
  • 2016
Green computing and energy efficiency has become an important issue in today's rapidly growing multimedia transmission. Meanwhile users want high-quality content to be viewed anywhere, content producers must think alternatives for cutting expenses in the server. Usually multiple sub-streams from the original video feed are needed for clients with unique(More)
Technology today favors tightly compressed, but still extremely high quality video transmitted wireless to mobile devices. Users want to access the video data anytime, anywhere, which sets challenges in the highly-loaded network to provide best possible video quality for the end user. Naturally, in the era of high-definition, users want to experience high(More)