DTN based Management Framework for Green On/Off Networks

Abstract : The increasing cost of powering high performance networking infrastructure has led to the proposal of various energy saving schemes. The On/Off technique, being the most common energy saving scheme, consists of powering down partially or entirely a network infrastructure for energy saving purposes. Despite their capability to achieve great energy savings, On/Off networks experience high packet-loss rates due to the absence of reliability on packet delivery. Moreover, they cannot guarantee any response time to user applications. This paper presents the design and implementation of MFO2N; Experimental results show a correlation between offered quality of service and overall network power consumption, revealing that a trade-off should be made.
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Ghislain Landry Tsafack Chetsa, Laurent Lefèvre, Jean-Patrick Gelas. DTN based Management Framework for Green On/Off Networks. RESCOM 2011, Jun 2011, La Palmyre, France. ⟨hal-00795147⟩

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