Mobile Cloud Computing for C2 - Operating in DIL Network Conditions
Ling, Yu Xian
Wee, Toon Joo
Gibson, John H.
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Cloud computing is emerging as the mainstream platform for a range of on-demand applications, services, and infrastructure. It is already playing an important role in the communication, and the processing, mining, and fusing of information in distributed command and control. A major benefit of cloud computing is improved net-centric capability. Before the full benefits of cloud computing are realized, several technology challenges must be addressed. Operating in intermittent and austere network conditions is one such challenge, which navy ships face when communicating with land-based cloud computing environments.
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