fCDN:A Novel-Energy Efficient Content Delivery Architecture over Next Generation Systems
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Content Delivery in mobile networks are gaining popularity with an increasing demand by new mobile subscriptions. Reduction of the outgoing traffic is becoming an important issue, which is proposed to be reduced by a futuristic Content Delivery System (fCDN) for Mobile Operators. The proposed system utilizes the idea Device-to-Device Communication (D2D), with a dynamic resource allocation support of SDN-NFV based systems and the locating of a content. The approach is to use the content of a node as close as possible to a mobile user, which may reduce the cost of communication, and power consumption while increasing the Quality of Experience. While the energy consumption can be reduced by proposed model upto 8 fold according to the current state of the art, enabling the users to use 5G based systems, it reduces the energy consumption by a factor of 50 fold in the proposed solution. The simulation results demonstrate that the use of proposed method outperforms the current state of the art systems in power consumption.
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