This simulation is built to measure the performance between 4G network and the proposed F-EPC model as follow: total transmission delay for the data packets delivered from the UE to remote host
, Handover delay and initial attach procedure delay.
The workload is generated in both ways; that is, there is a UDP flow from UE to the remote host
and another one from the remote host
(If the customers on a recent weekday were any indication, however, the main consumers of Hello Kitty are females who haven't seen the inside of a grade school in some years.) Songs are no longer played via laser disc, practically medieval technology here--but delivered within seconds from a remote host
computer via broadband.
As such, you use this tool to "ping" a remote host
(this could be another client, a server, etc.) to understand if it is reachable (if your computer can "see" it) and how far away it is.
At least that's the picture that has emerged in the last five years, as astronomers have discovered the remote host
galaxies of the superpowerful explosions and measured their stupendous redshifts.
The rainbow-striped craft in Katja Davar's computer animation Remote Host
, 2001, does just that--although it's not obvious at first sight.
This makes the Si2400 ideal for data processing applications that require contact with a remote host
During a session with another host, referred to as the remote host
(the remote host
may also be a server, as in "client/server"), all communication is effectively between these two hosts, and the provider simply serves as a gateway to the Internet.
Once a connection is made, the remote host
computer flashes a silent command back to the stolen portable that automatically erases its hard disk and then disconnects.
Other features of System 7 are its Interapplication Communication IAC and the Data Access Manager technologies, the latter enabling data access from remote host
computers, regardless of the computer, connecting networks or database software.
A complete solution will have to come in the form of a distributed computing environment with a front end (local workstation) that has one consistent user interface and that allows truly transparent access to back end (remote host
software) systems, regardless of the platform.
* It must operate untended (or with relatively unskilled operators), communicate with remote host
computers, and accommodate automated material handling (e.g., robotic load/unload, palletized workpieces, etc).