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Research Paper | Computer Science & Engineering | India | Volume 3 Issue 8, August 2014
A Synopsis on Point to Point Sharing Using Cloud Based Mobile Community-Based System (Cloud MoV System)
N. Shaleen Saroj | K. Lakshmi  | Dr. S. Prem Kumar
Abstract: Speedily expanding power of personal mobile devices is providing much richer contents and organizational interactions to exploiters on the wing. This swing however is garrotter by the inadequate battery very long period time of mobile devices and unstable wireless capacity for the interconnection of platforms, manufacturing the highest viable quality of service experienced by mobile users not attainable. The Current cloud operation of computers modification, with its rich assets to remunerate for the limitations of mobile devices and associated with something else can prospectively provide a flawless platform to hold up the preferences mobile services. The rigid provocative emerges on how to powerfully exploit cloud resources to facilitate mobile amenities, especially those with firmly interaction delay requisites. In this paper, we suggest the design of a Cloud-based, hardback Mobile community-based TV system (Cloud MoV) which the methodology effectively utilizes both Paas (Platform-as-a-Service) and Iaas (infrastructure-as-a-Service) cloud services to offer the living-room experience of video watching to a group of disparate mobile users who can interact socially while allocating the video. To give assurance good streaming quality as observed by the mobile users with time varying wireless connectivity, we hire a substitute for each user in the Iaas cloud for video downloading and social exchanges on behalf of the user. In Cloud MoV, mobile users can import a live or on-demand video to watch from any video streaming site like you tube and invite their friends and family for watching the video concurrently. They can also chat with each other while enjoying the video.
Keywords: Cloud MoV, Iaas, Paas, Wireless connectivity, Video streaming
Edition: Volume 3 Issue 8, August 2014,
Pages: 1534 - 1537