SooGREEN: Service-oriented optimization of Green mobile networks

Abstract : Today, mobile networks are witnessing an exponential growth of traffic volumes, linked to new services, especially for smart cities and smart-grid. The European Celtic-Plus SooGREEN project, started mid 2015, is targeting to reduce the energy consumption of the services in different mobile architectures in interaction with smart-grid. SooGREEN is focused on the services energy consumption modelling and measurement, the dynamic optimization of the mobile access network and of the content delivery, the design of an Energy Efficient Virtualized and Centralized Radio Access Network (RAN), and the bi-directional interaction of the mobile network with the smart-grid. This paper presents insight into the project after its first year, and discusses research trends in green communication networks for the future.
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Helena Rocha, Mamdouh El Tabach, Christophe Grangeat, Juan Gascon, Sofiane Imadali, et al.. SooGREEN: Service-oriented optimization of Green mobile networks. GREENNET 2017 : International workshop on Service-oriented optimization of Green Mobile Networks - WiOpt conference, May 2017, Paris, France. pp.8. ⟨hal-01548231⟩

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