Requirements for accessing data in network storage

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Authors Börje Ohlman  , Ove Strandberg  , Christian Dannewitz  , Anders Lindgren  , Roberta Maglione  , Bengt Ahlgren  , Dirk Kutscher 
Last updated 2010-10-25 (latest revision 2010-07-09)
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The DECoupled Application Data Enroute (DECADE) working group is specifying standardized interfaces for accessing in-network storage from applications to store, retrieve and manage data. The main objective is to provide a framework that is useful to P2P applications, without excluding other, possibly related applications that can benefit from accessing in-network storage. This memo presents Internet TV as a specific application scenario where access to in-netork storage would be required and lists a set of concrete requirements that should be considered for the DECADE architecture and protocol specifications.


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Ove Strandberg (
Christian Dannewitz (
Anders Lindgren (
Roberta Maglione (
Bengt Ahlgren (
Dirk Kutscher (

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