— Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) is an emerging and popular mobile technology which uses fully available Cloud Computing services and functionalities. This technology provides rich computational services to the users, network operators and Cloud service providers as well. However due to users mobility and high computational operations, consumption of energy is a major issue. Energy efficiency over MCC is needed since 57% of generated energy is used by ICT related devices and other negative impacts over environment. This paper investigates different mobile Cloud computing architectures and their performance over energy efficiency by examining different approaches: OSGi, overlay, and container based solutions.
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