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Bio: Chunyi Peng is currently a Ph.D. candidate of Computer Science at UCLA. Her research interests are in networking and systems, with a focus on mobile systems, wireless networking, and cloud computing. Prior to joining UCLA, she worked as an Associate Researcher at Microsoft Research Asia. She has been a recipient of UCLA Chancellor's Prize and IBM PhD Fellowship.
Abstract: We are experiencing the explosive growth of mobile devices and mobile apps. Recent market statistics show that, 700M smartphones and 55M tablets have been shipped in 2012, and both Apple Store and Google Play have exceeded 10B downloads of mobile apps. However, our study shows that, the current network and systems architecture are not adequate to bring such devices and mobile apps to prime stage. In this talk, Chunyi will describe her recent work on network support for mobile devices and mobile apps. Using measurements on operational networks, she will reveal the infrastructural limitations of current 3G/4G cellular infrastructure, as well as WiFi networks, when supporting mobile devices and apps. The issues range from accounting errors, interplay of voice and data, to energy efficiency and latency requirement. For each identified issue, she will further describe its root cause and her remedy proposal. Finally, she will describe her ongoing effort to build the mobile cloud platform, which seeks to offer “anytime, anywhere, any device” online data services to mobile devices and apps.