SDN Coordination for CCN and FC Content Dissemination in VANETs

  title={SDN Coordination for CCN and FC Content Dissemination in VANETs},
  author={Ridha Soua and Eirini Kalogeiton and Gaetano Manzo and Jo{\~a}o M. G. Duarte and Maria Rita Palattella and Antonio Di Maio and Torsten Braun and Thomas Engel and Leandro A. Villas and Gianluca Antonio Rizzo},
  booktitle={International ICST Conference on Ad Hoc Networks},
Content dissemination in Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks has a myriad of applications, ranging from advertising and parking notifications, to traffic and emergency warnings. [] Key Method Moreover, we describe how a network architecture based on Software Defined Networking (SDN) can support both CCN and FC by coordinating distributed caching strategies, by optimizing the packet forwarding process and the availability of floating data items. For each scenario analyzed, we highlight the main research challenges open…

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