Implementations of Virtual Organization in the Wireless Home Networking Environments.
In, IEEE 2006: International Conference on Mobile Communications and Learning, April 23-28, 2006, Mauritius, International Conference on Mobile Communications and Learning,
23 - 28 Apr 2006.
The objective and motivation for this paper is to simplify the deployment for Virtual Organization (VO) and investigate the possibilities to deploy in smaller areas and in the Wireless Local Area (WLAN) environments. This paper demonstrates a break-through in the current deployment, where large numbers of computers, software, resources, people and spaces are no longer required, and can be replaced by a small number of computers, resources and people in the secure Wireless Home Networking (WHN) environments. This successful deployment not only transforms the way we perceive about VO, but also further reduces the deployment costs, thus making the implementations of VO affordable, achievable, ‘portable’ and customizable suiting for different needs. This new concept is strongly supported in the deployment scenarios where two mainstreams of the wireless services were carefully examined, and both types of wireless services were successfully implemented, thus establishing two secure and robust Wireless Local Area Networks, where the interactions for resource sharing can take place in collaborative, convenient and secure ways. Furthermore, four different techniques for resource sharing and collaborative work are demonstrated in this WHN VO model, which are summarized as the lessons learnt for the next-generation WHN.
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