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In spite of recent advances of personal communication devices and access network technology, users are still facing the issues such as high device maintenance costs, complication of inter-device cooperation, illegal access to devices, and leakage of personal information. Consequently, it is difficult for users to securely construct a network with local as well as remote personal devices. We propose a User-driven Service Creation Platform (USCP), which enables users to construct a secure private network in a simple and intuitive way, making the most of the authentication mechanism in cellular networks. USCP separates signaling and data paths in a flat structure of a virtual network topology. In this paper, we describe the basic design of USCP.
Date of Conference: 10-13 Jan. 2009