Transmission Mechanism To Effectively Increase The Social Tv Viewing Experience By Cloud

Penta Mukhesh, A Ramamurthy, K.T.V Subbarao


Strong challenges occur on how to competently exploit cloud resources to make easy mobile services. We propose the design of a Cloud-based novel Mobile social TV system (CloudMoV). The system efficiently utilizes both PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service) and IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a- Service) cloud services to propose the living-room knowledge of video watching to a group of dissimilar mobile users who can interconnect socially while sharing the video. The latest cloud computing technology with its wealthy possessions to balance for the limitations of mobile devices and connections can potentially give with an ideal platform to hold up the desired mobile services. We explain the devise of a novel mobile social TV system, CloudMoV which can in effect employ the cloud computing paradigm to proffer a living-room experience of video watching to disparate mobile users with impulsive social interactions. In CloudMoV mobile users can import a live or on-demand video to watch from any video streaming site, invite their friends to watch the video concurrently, and chat with their friends while enjoying the video.


We initiate a general and portable mobile social TV framework CloudMoV that makes use of both an IaaS cloud and a PaaS cloud. The structure offers competent transcoding services for most platforms under various network conditions and supports for co-viewing skills through timely chat exchanges amongst the viewing users. By employing one surrogate VM for each mobile user we realize ultimate scalability of the system. During an in-depth investigation of the power states in commercial 3G cellular networks we then recommend an energy-efficient burst transmission mechanism that can in effect enlarge the battery lifetime of user devices. We have implemented a realistic prototype of CloudMoV organized on Amazon EC2 and Google App Engine where EC2 instances serve as the mobile users’ surrogates and

GAE as the social cloud to knob the large volumes of social message exchanges.



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