Information and Communication Technology for Development for Africa

@inproceedings{Gezahegn2017InformationAC,
  title={Information and Communication Technology for Development for Africa},
  author={Yaecob Girmay Gezahegn and Yirga Hagos G. Medhin and Eneyew Adugna Etsub and Gereziher Niguse G. Tekele},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering},
  year={2017}
}
  • Yaecob Girmay Gezahegn, Yirga Hagos G. Medhin, +1 author Gereziher Niguse G. Tekele
  • Published 2017 in
    Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer…
  • DOI:10.1007/978-3-319-95153-9
As we are heading towards future ubiquitous networks, heterogeneity is one key aspect we need to deal with. Interworking between Cellular and WLAN holds a major part in these future networks. Among other potential benefits it gives the opportunity to offload traffic from the former to the latter. To successfully accomplish that, we need to thoroughly study the availability, capacity and performance of both networks. To quantify the possibility of mobile traffic offloading, this work-in-progress… CONTINUE READING
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