Is there a case for mobile phone content pre-staging?

  title={Is there a case for mobile phone content pre-staging?},
  author={Alessandro Finamore and Marco Mellia and Zafar Gilani and Konstantina Papagiannaki and Vijay Erramilli and Yan Grunenberger},
Content caching is a fundamental building block of the Internet. Caches are widely deployed at network edges to improve performance for end-users, and to reduce load on web servers and the backbone network. Considering mobile 3G/4G networks, however, the bottleneck is at the access link, where bandwidth is shared among all mobile terminals. As such, per-user capacity cannot grow to cope with the traffic demand. Unfortunately, caching policies would not reduce the load on the wireless link which… CONTINUE READING
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