att_abstract={Today’s web page download process is ill suited to cellular networks resulting in high latencies and radio energy usage. While there have been notable prior attempts at tackling the challenge with assistance from proxies (cloud), achieving a responsive and energy efficient browsing experience remains an elusive goal. In this paper, we make a fresh at- tempt at addressing the challenge by proposing PARCEL. PARCEL splits functionality between the mobile device and the proxy based on their strengths, and in a manner distinct from both traditional browsers and existing cloud-heavy approaches. We conduct extensive evaluations over an operational LTE network using a prototype implementation of PARCEL. Our results show that PARCEL reduces page load times by 49.6%, and radio energy consumption by 65% compared to traditional mobile web browsers. Further, our results show PARCEL continues to perform well under client interactions, owing to its judicious functionality split.},
	att_authors={ss2864, vg7777, sl1858},
	att_copyright_notice={(c) ACM, 2015. This is the author's version of the work. It is posted here by permission of ACM for your personal use. Not for redistribution. The definitive version was published in 2015 {{, 2014-12-01}}.
	author={Ashiwan Sivakumar AND Vijay Gopalakrishnan AND   AND Subhabrata Sen AND Sanjay Rao AND Shankaranarayanan P N},
	booktitle={Proceedings of ACM CoNEXT},
	institution={{ACM CoNEXT 2014}},
	title={{PARCEL: Proxy Assisted BRowsing in Cellular networks
for Energy and Latency reduction }},