Abstract—Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is a promis- ing data-centric architecture, based on in-network caching, name-driven routing, and receiver-initiated sessions, which can greatly enhance the way Internet resources are currently used, making support for a broader set of users with increasing traf- fic demands possible. The CCN vision is, currently, attracting the attention of many researchers across the world, since it has all the potential to become ready to the market, to be gradually deployed in the Internet of today, and to facilitate a graceful transition from a host-centric networking rationale to a more effective data-centric working behaviour. At the same time, several issues have to be investigated before CCN can be safely deployed at the Internet scale. They include routing, congestion control, caching operations, name-space planning, and application design. With reference to application-related facets, it is worth noticing that the demand for TV services is growing at an exponential rate over time, thus requiring a very careful analysis of their performance in CCN architectures. To this end, in the present contribution we deploy a CCN- TV system, capable of delivering real-time streaming TV services, and we evaluate its performance through a simulation campaign based on real-world topologies.

CCN-TV: a data-centric approach to real-time video services

LOTI, RICCARDO;
2013

Abstract

Abstract—Content-Centric Networking (CCN) is a promis- ing data-centric architecture, based on in-network caching, name-driven routing, and receiver-initiated sessions, which can greatly enhance the way Internet resources are currently used, making support for a broader set of users with increasing traf- fic demands possible. The CCN vision is, currently, attracting the attention of many researchers across the world, since it has all the potential to become ready to the market, to be gradually deployed in the Internet of today, and to facilitate a graceful transition from a host-centric networking rationale to a more effective data-centric working behaviour. At the same time, several issues have to be investigated before CCN can be safely deployed at the Internet scale. They include routing, congestion control, caching operations, name-space planning, and application design. With reference to application-related facets, it is worth noticing that the demand for TV services is growing at an exponential rate over time, thus requiring a very careful analysis of their performance in CCN architectures. To this end, in the present contribution we deploy a CCN- TV system, capable of delivering real-time streaming TV services, and we evaluate its performance through a simulation campaign based on real-world topologies.
AINA 2013
Barcelona, Spain
2013
Proceedings of the 27th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA2013)
IEEE Computer Society
982
989
9780769549521
CCN; CCN-TV; Video streaming; real-time
V. Ciancaglini; G. Piro; R. Loti; L. A. Grieco; L. Liquori
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