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Optimization of Multi-server Video Content Streaming in 5G Environment

Abstract : This paper presents a preliminary work, proposing an architectural control plane solution for optimization of multiple-server video content streaming in 5G wireless environment. The starting point was an existing video streaming delivery system, having a light, over-the-top (OTT) architecture, which performs for each client request of a content object, an initial selection among multiple servers and paths, then followed by in-session dynamic media adaptation. This work extends the above system concepts to a different environment, i.e., heterogeneous Cloud Radio Access Network and cooperation with Mobile Edge Computing. The proposed solution can support recently developed multi-server and multi-path dynamic adaptive streaming over HTTP.
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Eugen Borcoci, Tudor Ambarus, Joachim Bruneau-Queyreix, Daniel Negru, Jordi Mongay Batalla. Optimization of Multi-server Video Content Streaming in 5G Environment. The Eighth International Conference on Evolving Internet INTERNET 2016, 2016, Barcelona, Spain. ⟨hal-01495729⟩

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