Congestion Avoidance-Data replication in Mobile Adhoc Network


S. Philomina,M.Jasmin,



Data Replication,Power rate,Disk number,powerstorage,


In the data transformation in networks, the fast increase in thedevelopment, fast growth in the amount of the basestations, and power utilization in the rapid growth ofinformation technology the spending expenditure is increasing. In the network environment many organizations are viewing the data storage, techniques thereby to optimizethe powersaving system. Data replicationtechnique to minimize the storage system can vital role in minimizedata, thereby optimizepowerusage alsominimizeheat loss. Data replication can reduce disks numbers used in the work to optimize disk power usagerate. By analyzing the data replication strategy,processes, and methodology for the further process lay the base of the work.


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