Towards seamless mobility with personal servers

@inproceedings{Bylund2004TowardsSM,
  title={Towards seamless mobility with personal servers},
  author={Markus Bylund and Zary Segall},
  year={2004}
}
Observes that the future of mobile communication networks lies not only in how successful people are in deploying technologies (2.5G or 3G with a high degree of coverage and roaming between operators), but also in how well people can create a functioning environment and usage situation for end-users in which they can get a homogeneous and continuous usage experience, despite the very heterogeneous world in which they, after all, will live. Concepts are advanced that support this observation… CONTINUE READING

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