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P1929.1

An Architectural Framework for Energy Efficient Content Distribution

This standard specifies a framework for designing energy efficient content distribution services, such as migration, placement, and replication, over networks.

Sponsor Committee
COM/GreenICT-SC - Green ICT Standards Committee
Status
Active PAR
PAR Approval
2016-12-07

Working Group Details

Society
IEEE Communications Society
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Sponsor Committee
COM/GreenICT-SC - Green ICT Standards Committee
Working Group
EEICT - Energy Efficient ICT
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IEEE Program Manager
Jennifer Santulli
Contact
Working Group Chair
Jaafar M.H. Elmirghani

P1925.1

Standard for Energy Efficient Dynamic Line Rate Transmission System

This standard specifies an energy-efficient rate-adaptive transmission system that can be used to deploy mixed line rates. This standard introduces the architecture and mechanisms needed to enable the use of an optimal combination of line rates to accommodate the traffic while reducing power consumption.

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P1926.1

Standard for a Functional Architecture of Distributed Energy Efficient Big Data Processing

This standard specifies a functional architecture that supports the energy-efficient transmission and processing of large volumes of data, starting at processing nodes close to the data source, with significant processing resources provided at centralized data centers.

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P1927.1

Standard for Services Provided by the Energy-efficient Orchestration and Management of Virtualized Distributed Data Centers Interconnected by a Virtualized Network

This standard specifies an architecture for a service composed of distributed data centers interconnected by a network. It specifies the interfaces and the dynamic orchestration and management mechanisms for energy-efficient allocation of resources from data centers and network.

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P1928.1

Standard for a Mechanism for Energy Efficient Virtual Machine Placement

This standard specifies an algorithm for energy-efficient virtual machine placement strategies considering network and computational power consumption. It also considers the geographic distribution of user demand.

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