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OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES FOR ICT:Responding to the Network Energy GapDr. Philippe Richard, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs CTON...
COMMITMENT TO ECO-SUSTAINABILITYLEVERAGING BELL LABS AND PLAYING A PROACTIVE ROLE GLOBALLY                             DEV...
ICT IMPACT: THE ENABLING EFFECT                                                                                           ...
WHERE WE ARE:DOING NOTHING IS NOT AN OPTION                                             INTERNET                          ...
DEVELOPING ECO-SUSTAINABLE NETWORKS HOLISTIC LIFECYCLE APPROACHDesign                                                     ...
DEVELOPING ECO-SUSTAINABLE NETWORKSREDUCING POWER CONSUMPTION METHODS                                                     ...
ECO-SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                           -50...
ECO-SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                -50 %FP3 400G ...
ECO-SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES                                                                                              ...
ECO-SUSTAINABILITYACHIEVEMENTS & COMMITMENTSKEY ACHIEVEMENTS                                                            PE...
THE 50 MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES IN 2012  Alcatel-Lucent   Alta         Apple         Applied     ARM         Athenahealth...
INNOVATION CHALLENGES                                                                        Telecom operators desire     ...
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Alcatel-Lucent's approach and strategy for eco-sustainability.
Dr. Philippe Richard, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs CTO

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  1. 1. OPPORTUNITIES & CHALLENGES FOR ICT:Responding to the Network Energy GapDr. Philippe Richard, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs CTONovember 2012 COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  2. 2. COMMITMENT TO ECO-SUSTAINABILITYLEVERAGING BELL LABS AND PLAYING A PROACTIVE ROLE GLOBALLY DEVELOPING ECO-SUSTAINABLE NETWORKS • Holistic lifecycle approach (do more with less) • High Leverage Network™ architecture • Breakthrough energy efficient solutions (lightRadio™, FP3, XRS) • Embedding energy efficiency into services offers (optimization, Cloud) ENABLING LOW CARBON SOLUTIONS Innovative communications applications in key LEAD IN areas: ECO-SUSTAINABLE • Energy INNOVATION • Transportation and logistics • Dematerialization • Smart communities/cities REDUCING OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT • Carbon emissions tracking • Reinforcing teleworking • Dematerializing business travel • Reducing electricity consumption • Raising employee awareness 2 COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  3. 3. ICT IMPACT: THE ENABLING EFFECT ICT can enable a 15% reduction in global emissions by 2020ICT today: about 2% of global emissions (2008) ICT: mandatory path for the development of low carbon economy Source: GeSI – SMART 2020: Enabling the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  4. 4. WHERE WE ARE:DOING NOTHING IS NOT AN OPTION INTERNET TRAFFIC NETWORKS X 15 ENERGY USE X 186 2010-2020 +27% 2012 -2016 2010-2020 X 12,8 2010-2020 INTERNET ENERGY USE = 5th country Energy Efficiency is a necessity for the ICT industry COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  5. 5. DEVELOPING ECO-SUSTAINABLE NETWORKS HOLISTIC LIFECYCLE APPROACHDesign Alternative Networkfor Energies OptimizationEnvironment Smart Manufacturing Energy Take-Back Eco Efficient Product Efficiency / Recycling Packaging Transport Stewardship / Reuse Use & servicing represent 80%-90% of eco impact COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  6. 6. DEVELOPING ECO-SUSTAINABLE NETWORKSREDUCING POWER CONSUMPTION METHODS NEW OPTIMIZED HARDWARE ARCHITECTURE / SW BETTER BETTER UTILIZATION ECO- CONTROL SUSTAINABLE NETWORK SMART INTELLIGENT PHYSICS THERMAL / COOLING COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  7. 7. ECO-SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES -50 %LIGHTRADIO™ ENERGY CONSUMPTIONMAPPING THE FUTURE OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGY lightRadio™ | a revolutionary, multi-technology product family that completely changes the face of the radio access network (RAN)ADDRESSES GLOBALDIGITAL DIVIDEeasy creation of broadband coverageanywhere there’s power (electricity sunwind)REDUCES THE IMPACT ONENVIRONMENT “A SMART SOLUTION to a tough setreduces energy consumption of mobile of problems: high energy costs, thenetworks by up to 50% explosion of video on mobile, andOFFERS MAJOR SAVINGS CONNECTING THE UNCONNECTED.”FOR OPERATORSreduces total cost of ownership (TCO) of Ben Verwaayenmobile networks up to 50% Chief Executive Officer COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  8. 8. ECO-SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES -50 %FP3 400G NETWORK PROCESSOR ENERGY CONSUMPTIONFASTER, SMARTER AND GREENERFP3 400G FP3 | latest silicon design techniques reducing power consumption by 50% or higher for every packet processed4XTHE SPEEDOF TODAY’S NETWORKS “It’s easy to think the Internet ofREDUCES THE IMPACT ON today does all it will ever be capableENVIRONMENT of, but we have scarcely scratched the surface of its potential. This chipup to50% less power than creates TREMENDOUS POTENTIAL,equivalent chips in use today not just in terms of technology, but in terms of HOW PEOPLE CONNECT and interact with each other.” Ben Verwaayen Chief Executive Officer COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  9. 9. ECO-SUSTAINABLE TECHNOLOGIES -66 %7950 XRS CORE ROUTER FAMILY ENERGY CONSUMPTIONUNPARALLELED SCALE & EFFICIENCY, WITH FULL FLEXIBILITYTO HANDLE BROAD RANGE OF CORE NETWORKING NEEDS5XMORE DENSITY66% “Our routing systems sit at theLESS ELECTRICITY massive intersections of theCONSUMPTION Internet, where billions of individual messages are directed1 every second. Our technologyPLATFORM, provides more capacity and moreNO COMPROMISES flexible traffic management with reduced energy consumption, helping to ensure POWER CONSUMPTION 5 better performance from global 4 broadband networks.” 3 Basil Alwan President, IP Division 2 (W/Gb) 1 50 Gbps 100 Gbps 200 Gbps 400 Gbps 1 Tbps TECHNOLOGY EVOLUTION (GENERATIONS OF LINE CARDS) COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  10. 10. ECO-SUSTAINABILITYACHIEVEMENTS & COMMITMENTSKEY ACHIEVEMENTS PERFORMANCE TARGETS+20% INCREASE IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY +25% OF KEY PRODUCTS INCREASE IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF KEY PRODUCTS BY 2012-22% DECREASE IN CARBON FOOTPRINT VS 2008 -50%Eco-innovations DECREASE IN CARBON FOOTPRINT BY 2020• LIGHTRADIO™ : reduce energy consumption of mobile networks by 50% Eco-innovations• FP3 PROCESSOR: 50% less power +75% INCREASE IN ENERGY EFFICIENCY FOR LIGHTRADIO™ BY• 7950 EXTENSIBLE ROUTING SYSTEM (XRS): 66% 2015 less power to reduce the eco impact of IP networks COMMON METHODOLOGY for measuring the carbon footprint of network telecommunications productsBell Labs over their lifecycle by the end 2012GreenTouch™, making networks 1,000 times moreenergy efficientX2 X5 30%RESEARCHERS UNIVERSITY RESEARCH PROJECTS COLLABORATIONS WITH ENERGY BENEFITS COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  11. 11. THE 50 MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES IN 2012 Alcatel-Lucent Alta Apple Applied ARM Athenahealth Bacock & Better Bluefin Cellular Devices Materials Holdings Wilcox Place Labs Dynamics International COMPUTING ENERGY COMPUTING MATERIALS COMPUTING BIOMEDICINE ENERGY TRANSIT WEB BIOMEDICINE Complete Dreamworks Dropbox EADS Facebook First Foundation General Goldwind Google Genomics Animation Solar Medicine Electric Science and Technology BIOMEDICINE COMPUTING WEB MATERIALS WEB ENERGY BIOMEDICINE ENERGY ENERGY WEB Healthpoint IBM Integrated Intel LanzaTech Life Nicira OnLive Organovo Palantir Diagnostics Services Technologies Technologies BIOMEDICINE BIOMEDICINE COMPUTING MATERIALS ENERGY BIOMEDICINE COMPUTING WEB BIOMEDICINE COMPUTING PatientsLike Qualcomm Roche Safaricom Sakti3 Samsung Shell Siemens Siluria Skybox Me Imaging BIOMEDICINE COMPUTING BIOMEDICINE WEB ENERGY COMPUTING ENERGY ENERGY MATERIALS COMPUTING SpaceX Spotify Square Suntech Tabula Taiwan Twitter Wildcat WiTricity Zynga Semicondu… Discovery TRANSIT WEB COMPUTING ENERGY COMPUTING COMPUTING WEB MATERIALS TRANSIT WEBSource: MIT Technology Review
  12. 12. INNOVATION CHALLENGES Telecom operators desire Lower relative VENTURE CAPITAL to minimize number of suppliers investments in Telecom while maintaining innovation FEWER PLAYERS FUNDING BY LARGE Annualized metrics: SUPPLIERS 500 startups evaluated 100 met and reviewed in detailPartnerships with startups and with customers 15 actionsDirect and indirect funding “open innovation” and “co-creativity “ are key 12 COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  13. 13. COPYRIGHT © 2012 ALCATEL-LUCENT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.
  14. 14. www.alcatel-lucent.com/sustainability

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