CDroid: Used in Fujitsu Server for Mobile Cloud

Santanu Koley, Navjot Singh (2014) “Cdroid: Used In Fujitsu Server For Mobile Cloud” GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH, Vol. 2, Issue 7, ISSN: (2321-1717), PP 1-14.

14 Pages Posted: 15 Jul 2019

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Santanu Koley

Budge Budge Institute of Technology

Navjot Singh

Jasveer Memorial P.G. College

Date Written: November 21, 2014

Abstract

In today’s era, it is important to save energy as much as for the sake of better financial, environmental, national security and above all the mankind. The Smartphone batteries are huge consumer of energy when using several apps. The proposed system is to develop a CDroid operating system in Fujitsu server for mobile cloud computing as saving energy, enhancing battery life and put aside processor cycles of mobile phone, sharing data / information and faster access. Our CDroid system shares both the server and phone memory as well by using offloading mechanism. The Smartphone transmits the data in binary format by using CDroid device stored in it. CDroid device includes application framework to countenance multitudinous applications. The FSK, FDMA and TDM maneuver to locomotion information. CDMA2000 1xEV-DV promote channelized the information that may include both data and voice. The UMTS, WCDMA, HSDPA, EVDO are some protocols to communicate through mobile tower. A mobile tower is made up of microwave, GSM antennas and radio frequency (RF) cables. They intercommunicate with the base station through MTSO. Bandwidth provided for this kind of radio network around 1200 to 1400 MHz. Wireless spectrum is used the RF between 800 MHz to 2.2 GHz bands. The Smartphone uses 0.6 to 3 watts. The CDroid OS inside fujitsu server in cloud is conveyed by ISP’s as per standards.
World’s fastest fujitsu server contains CDroid (a server approach) constituents within cloud accommodates the connection handler (secure), optimizer users traffic, caching and pre-fetching; content compression is also done here. The security issues must encompass various apps, anti-phishing, cookie handler, sensitive information blocker, push notification handler and remote wipers. Mobile advertisement blocker, push notification handler protects users’ privacy. Synchronization handler, remote code executor handles mobiles computations and loading the data backup.

As the operating system and information are accumulated onto clouds the power necessitate to process consumed into fujitsu server. This preserves Smartphone battery life, besides this mobile cloud server is quickest among others. It provides the winged response to the user. We had described thoroughly the architecture of newly proposed system. This will be next step towards the changing nature of hybrid cloud unsegregated mobile technology for the future.

Keywords: Smartphone, CDroid, Fujitsu Server, Cloud Computing

Suggested Citation

Koley, Santanu and Singh, Navjot, CDroid: Used in Fujitsu Server for Mobile Cloud (November 21, 2014). Santanu Koley, Navjot Singh (2014) “Cdroid: Used In Fujitsu Server For Mobile Cloud” GE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING RESEARCH, Vol. 2, Issue 7, ISSN: (2321-1717), PP 1-14., Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2873457 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2873457

Santanu Koley (Contact Author)

Budge Budge Institute of Technology ( email )

Nischintapur
Budge Budge
Kolkata, WA
India

Navjot Singh

Jasveer Memorial P.G. College

India

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