A First Look at Traffic on Smartphones - Tuning Smartphone Performance, Microsoft Research Paper

Microsoft researcher published a paper delivered basic factors around smartphone usage;"When enterprise systems need to run faster, performance engineers can work the magic of load balancing, caching, and code optimization to gain scalability and improved response time. Performance tuning is a well-established IT practice that extends to web servers, app servers, local-area networks, and virtual […]

Microsoft researcher published a paper delivered basic factors around smartphone usage;

"When enterprise systems need to run faster, performance engineers can work the magic of load balancing, caching, and code optimization to gain scalability and improved response time. Performance tuning is a well-established IT practice that extends to web servers, app servers, local-area networks, and virtual private networks, which makes it rather surprising when a research paper titled A First Look at Traffic on Smartphones--to be presented during the 2010 Internet Measurement Conference, being held Nov. 1-3 in Melbourne, Australia--lays claim to being the first-ever study of traffic as observed on smartphones.

Surely the performance-tuning gurus already have jumped into this new arena and collected the data necessary for performance analysis, right?"

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