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Mobile Cloud Computing


Saurabh Dilip Kamlakar , College of Engineering and Technology, Akola; Dr. Sachin S Agrawal, College of Engineering and Technology, Akola


Mobile Cloud Application, Mobile Web Services


MCC stands for Mobile Cloud Computing which is defined as a combination of mobile computing, cloud computing, and wireless network that come up together purpose such as rich computational resources to mobile users, network operators, as well as to cloud computing providers. Mobile Cloud Computing is meant to make it possible for rich mobile applications to be executed on a different number of mobile devices. In this technology, data processing, and data storage happen outside of mobile devices. Mobile Cloud Computing applications leverage this IT architecture to generate the following advantages: 1) Extended battery life. 2) Improvement in data storage capacity and processing power. 3) Improved synchronization of data due to "store in one place, accessible from anywhere" platform theme. 4) Improved reliability and scalability. 5) Ease of integration. There are two types of applications of mobile cloud computing (MCC) that are almost similar. These are as follows: 1) Mobile Cloud application: It is defined as a model where processing is done in the cloud, and the storage is also in the cloud, and the presentation platform is the mobile device. For this, the internet connection should have to reliable and cell-phone to run a browser. 2) Mobile Web Services: In Mobile Web Services mobile devices consume more network traffic. It may lead to some challenges for web services such as mismatch of resolution and details of desktop computers. The device needs to know about that service and the way it can be accessed to use any web-service so that the mobile device can transmit specific information about the condition of the device and the user.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV9I120012
Published in: Volume : 9, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2022
Page(s): 24-29

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