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Realizing a Ultra-Low Latency M-CORD Model for Real-Time Traffic Settings in Smart Cities

Published in IGI Global
Pages: 93 - 105

At present, the need for an ultra-high speed and efficient communication through mobile and wireless devices is gaining significant popularity. The users are expecting their network to offer real-time streaming without much latency. In turn, this will result in a considerable rise in network bandwidth utilization. The live streaming has to reach the end users mobile devices after traveling through the base station nodes, core network, routers, switches, and other equipment. Further, this will lead to a scenario of content latency and thereby causing the rejection of the mobile devices users' request due to congestion of the network and mobile service providers' core network witnessing an extreme load. In order to overcome such problems in the contemporary 5G mobile networks, an architectural framework is essential, which offers instantaneous, ultra-low latency, high-bandwidth access to applications that are available at the network edge and also making the task processing in close proximity with the mobile device user.

About the journal
JournalInnovations in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Smart Factory
PublisherIGI Global
Open AccessNo