USB/IP: A Transparent Device Sharing Technology over IP Network

@article{Hirofuchi2005USBIPAT,
  title={USB/IP: A Transparent Device Sharing Technology over IP Network},
  author={Takahiro Hirofuchi and Eiji Kawai and Kazutoshi Fujikawa and Hideki Sunahara},
  journal={Ipsj Digital Courier},
  year={2005},
  volume={1},
  pages={394-406}
}
Personal computing with affordable computers and their peripheral devices becomes more popular. To use such devices more efficiently and improve their usability, people want to share surrounding peripheral devices between computers without any modification of their own computing environments. The recent device sharing technologies in the pervasive computing area are not sufficient for the peripheral devices of personal computers because these technologies do not provide the network-transparency… 
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