Asymmetric caching: improved network deduplication for mobile devices

  title={Asymmetric caching: improved network deduplication for mobile devices},
  author={Shruti Sanadhya and Raghupathy Sivakumar and Kyu-Han Kim and Paul Congdon and Sriram Lakshmanan and Jatinder Pal Singh},
Network deduplication (dedup) is an attractive approach to improve network performance for mobile devices. With traditional deduplication, the dedup~source uses only the portion of the cache at the dedup~destination that it is aware of. We argue in this work that in a mobile environment, the dedup~destination (say the mobile) could have accumulated a much larger cache than what the current dedup~source is aware of. This can occur because of several reasons ranging from the mobile consuming… CONTINUE READING
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