Corpus ID: 6534636

msocket : System support for developing seamlessly mobile , multipath , and middlebox-agnostic applications

  title={msocket : System support for developing seamlessly mobile , multipath , and middlebox-agnostic applications},
  author={A. Yadav and Abhigyan Sharma and A. Venkataramani and Emmanuel Cecchet David},
  • A. Yadav, Abhigyan Sharma, +1 author Emmanuel Cecchet David
  • Published 2015
  • Despite the explosive growth of mobile devices and applications in recent years, today’s Internet provides little intrinsic support for seamless mobility. Prior solutions to addressing this problem either handle only a subset of endpoint mobility scenarios or require nontrivial changes to legacy infrastructure. In this paper, we present the design and implementation of msocket, a system that allows communicating endpoints to move across network locations arbitrarily while maintaining disruption… CONTINUE READING


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