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Edge (of the Earth) Replication: Optimizing Content Delivery in Large LEO Satellite Communication Networks

@article{Pfandzelter2020EdgeT,
  title={Edge (of the Earth) Replication: Optimizing Content Delivery in Large LEO Satellite Communication Networks},
  author={Tobias Pfandzelter and David Bermbach},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2012.08979}
}
Large low earth orbit (LEO) satellite networks such as SpaceX's Starlink constellation promise to deliver low-latency, high-bandwidth Internet access with global coverage. As an alternative to terrestrial fiber as a global Internet backbone, they could potentially serve billions of Internet-connected devices. Currently, operators of CDNs exploit the hierarchical topology of the Internet to place points-of-presence near users, yet this approach is no longer possible when the topology changes to… Expand
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