Seamless mobility with personal servers

@inproceedings{Bylund2003SeamlessMW,
  title={Seamless mobility with personal servers},
  author={Markus Bylund and Zary Segall},
  year={2003}
}
We describe the concept and the taxonomy of personal servers, and their implications in seamless mobility. Personal servers could offer electronic services independently of network availability or quality, provide a greater flexibility in the choice of user access device, and support the key concept of continuous user experience. We describe the organization of mobile and remote personal servers, define three relevant communication modes, and discuss means for users to exploit seamless services… CONTINUE READING

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