Mahboub E Hashem
The American University of Sharjah, UAE
Posters & Accepted Abstracts: Sensor Netw Data Commun
The growing undertaking in wireless processes to provide services, such as long-range communications, that are difficult to implement with the use of wires, has led to the current mobile technology revolution. The term ├ó┬?┬?wireless├ó┬?┬? is frequently used in the telecommunication industry to refer to telecommunication structures, such as radio transmitters and receivers, remote controls, mobile telephony, cloud computing, big data transfer, etc., which use some form of energy to transmit information without the use of wires. As wireless technologies continue to grow and big data services surge beyond the perimeter of networks├ó┬?┬? processing power, this mobile technology revolution will endure bringing dramatic and notable changes to the global system. This revolution gained momentum over the past decade and will persist to impact numerous aspects of people├ó┬?┬?s daily lives and the way they conduct business. Although this revolution provides vital data to assist businesses and exert great influence on communication between business owners and their customers, it will bring about both challenges and opportunities in a variety of ways while embracing the big data epoch. Furthermore, the omnipresent and exponentially increasing big data traffic nowadays presents imminent challenges to the wireless system stratagem, such as band efficiency, computing capabilities, and mobile front-haul vs. backhaul link capacity, and how they address the growing challenge of helping transport today├ó┬?┬?s massive mobile traffic loads. This paper surveys topics of providing amenities via wireless technologies and discusses the pros and cons of that technology, big data transfers along with changes in business tactics, asset risks, limitations in mobile devices, mobile access to databases, networking problems, infrastructure constraints and security concerns.
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