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Crowd-Sourcing Mobile Devices to Develop Edge Clouds

Mobile devices have traditionally been viewed as thin clients or edge devices that serve primarily as user-input devices. With technology advances, they now have the potential to be viewed as thick clients or even as thin servers. Given the proliferation and enhanced capabilities of mobile devices, the realisation of a wireless cloud of nearby smartphones is within grasp. The Hyrax project proposes a novel vision of a hyperlocal edge-cloud, i.e., a computational/storage cloud comprised solely of a collection of nearby wireless edge devices, with the purpose of pooling these devices’ data and processing power to support a new class of proximity-aware applications.

Details

Details

  • Acronym

    Hyrax
  • Start

    21st April 2014
  • Global Budget

    350.000,00 €
  • State

    Completed
  • Effective End

    31st July 2018
  • End

    31st July 2018
  • Responsible

    Fernando Silva
  • Financing

    185.932,00 €
  • Funded by

Team
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Associated Centres

CRACS

Centre

Advanced Computing Systems