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Power Consumption Analysis of FTTH Networks

Wang, Kun; Kihl, Maria LU ; Gavler, Anders; Du, Manxing and Lagerstedt, Christina (2015) 10th International Conference on Digital Telecommunications
Abstract
With increasing usage of the Internet, energy consumption of network equipment has become a crucial challenge from both an economic and an environmental point of view. This paper combines users’ behavior of accessing the network with energy saving algorithms for energy-aware network equipment, and investigates potential energy savings in the access network. The study is based on a set of traffic data that collected from a real residential fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network during three continuous months in 2013. The results show that on average every household link in the access network can potentially save at least 18% energy consumption with sleep-mode enabled equipment.
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10th International Conference on Digital Telecommunications
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6 pages
publisher
IARIA
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10th International Conference on Digital Telecommunications
conference location
Barcelona
conference dates
2015-04-19 - 2015-04-24
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EIT_NOTTS Next generation over-the-top multimedia services
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English
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32609120-eafa-4e1f-84f8-74b8d5077233 (old id 8230656)
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  abstract     = {With increasing usage of the Internet, energy consumption of network equipment has become a crucial challenge from both an economic and an environmental point of view. This paper combines users’ behavior of accessing the network with energy saving algorithms for energy-aware network equipment, and investigates potential energy savings in the access network. The study is based on a set of traffic data that collected from a real residential fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network during three continuous months in 2013. The results show that on average every household link in the access network can potentially save at least 18% energy consumption with sleep-mode enabled equipment.},
  author       = {Wang, Kun and Kihl, Maria and Gavler, Anders and Du, Manxing and Lagerstedt, Christina},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Barcelona},
  pages        = {6},
  publisher    = {IARIA},
  title        = {Power Consumption Analysis of FTTH Networks},
  year         = {2015},
}