Simon Da Silva

Simon Da Silva
University of Bordeaux · LaBRI

PhD

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Video streaming is expected to exceed 82% of all Internet traffic in 2022.There are two reasons for this success: the multiplication of video sources and the pervasiveness of high quality Internet connections.Dominating video streaming platforms rely on large-scale infrastructures to cope with an increasing demand for high quality of experience and...
Conference Paper
Video on Demand (VoD) streaming is the largest source of Internet traffic. Efficient and scalable VoD requires Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) whose cost are prohibitive for many providers. An alternative is to cache and serve video content using end-users devices. Direct connections between these devices complement the resources of core VoD serve...
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Delivering video content with a high and fairly shared quality of experience is a challenging task in view of the drastic video traffic increase forecasts, as live video traffic will grow 15‐fold by 2022. Currently, content delivery networks provide numerous servers hosting replicas of the video content, and consuming clients are redirected to the...
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Delivering video content with a high and fairly shared quality of experience is a challenging task in view of the drastic video traffic increase forecasts. Currently, content delivery networks provide numerous servers hosting replicas of the video content, and consuming clients are re-directed to the closest server. Then, the video content is strea...
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Delivering video content with a high and fairly shared quality of experience is a challenging task in view of the drastic video traffic increase forecasts. Currently, content delivery networks provide numerous servers hosting replicas of the video content, and consuming clients are re-directed to the closest server. Then, the video content is strea...

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