A Test-Bed of Secure Mobile Cloud Computing for Military Applications
Technical Report,01 Aug 2014,31 Jul 2016
Temple University Philadelphia United States
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Many military applications have the following characteristics they start from a mobile device e.g., a night vision goggle carried by military personnel they are computation-intensive, requiring the compute-power of a server, and they use Big Data, requiring searching databases. This kind of applications is a typical example of mobile cloud computing MCC. MCC has lots of applications in the military battlefields. In addition, MCC is expected to be widely used by military and government personnel in non-battlefield environment, such as DoD research labs and offices, where these people access military and government servers cloud using their mobile devices. In this project, we requests support for purchasing equipment and devices to establish a Secure Mobile Cloud Computing test-bed at Temple University. The proposed MCC test-bed will be used to support several integrated research and education projects that are to the core interests of the military.
- Computer Systems
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods