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Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013
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Introduction to GreenTouch - January 2013

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  • 1. GreenTouch Consortium: Transforming ICT Networks for a Sustainable Future Thierry E. Klein, PhD thierry.klein@alcatel-lucent.com Chair, GreenTouch Technical Committee1 GreenTouch | 2013 © 2011 GreenTouch Consortium
  • 2. ICT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT TODAYGlobal aviation 50 million cars industry •Worldwide ICT carbon footprint: 2% = 830 m tons CO2 in 2007 •Expected to grow to 4% by 2020 The Climate Group, GeSI report “Smart 2020”, 2008
  • 3. GREEN MAKES ECONOMIC SENSE NETWORK INTERNET ENERGY USE +27% =5th HIGHEST COUNTRY INCREASE If the internet was a country: energy 2012 to 2106 consumption is higher than Russia and a little less than Japan NETWORK ENERGY BILL ~75% 7-20% ENERGY BILL OPERATORS OPEX 70 to 80% overall energy bill of an operator From 7% in mature countries RAN: +70% of network electricity cost to +20% in emerging countries
  • 4. THE NEW WIRELESS WORLD OF TODAY Global Users Anywhere, Any time, Any Device Wireless, Video HD, 3D, …
  • 5. MASSIVE DATA TRAFFIC GROWTH North America 5,000,000 10 3 e towers bon ack ta l B 2 10 To Traffic (Tb/s) Internet Video 1 10 ta 10 0 P2P Wire less Da 78 Mtons of CO2 -1 Wireless Voice 10 -2 10 2010 2015 2020 YearData from: RHK, McKinsey-JPMorgan, AT&T, MINTS, Arbor, ALU, and 5 000 000 000Bell Labs Analysis: Linear regression on log(traffic growth rate)versus log(time) with Bayesian learning to compute uncertainty people without broadband • Slow-down in technology Fundamental question: improvements Support the traffic growth in • Network energy efficiency a sustainable and only increasing at 10-15% economically viable way per year throughout the world
  • 6. 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 Energy Efficiency is a Necessity for the ICT Industry
  • 7. GREENTOUCH (www.greentouch.org)Bell Labs Initiated Global Research Consortium representing industry, governmentand academic organizationsNew Innovation Model for sustainabilityLaunched in May 2010Focus on energy efficiency, sustainability and growthHolistic and ambitious: Goal of 1000x60 member organizations with 350+ leading scientistsRecognized by the World Economic Forum as an industry-led best practice towardsustainabilityMoving from fundamental research into the pre-competitive area throughstandardizationLeading Green ICT: cooperation with other NGOs such as GeSI, ITU-T, GreenGrid,Carbon Trust, ITRS Deliver by 2015 Architectures, Specifications and Roadmap and Demonstrate Key Technologies to Increase Network Energy Efficiency by a Factor 1000 Compared to 2010
  • 8. WHY NETWORK ENERGY EFFICIENCY? Green Revenue Services from Services Bits Total Traffic Delivered to User per secondNetwork Efficiency = Total Power per User Watts Carbon Footprint Costs Makes both Environmental and Economic Sense
  • 9. SOME RESEARCH PROJECTS Beyond Cellular – Green Mobile Networks Virtual Home Gateway Optimal End-to-End Resource Allocation Service Energy Aware Optical Networks 25+ Green Transmission Technologies PROJECTS Minimum Energy Access Architectures Single-Chip Linecards Large-Scale Antenna Systems Highly-Adaptive Layer Mesh Networks Massive MIMO
  • 10. GREENTOUCH STATUS: WHERE ARE WE? 15+ RESEARCH NEW APPROACHES PROGRAMS & 25 BEING TAKEN RESEARCH PROJECTS• Wireless and mobile • Devices and low power communications electronics / photonics• Wireline access • Architectures,• Core networks and algorithms and protocols optical transmission • “Power-follows-load”• Services, applications intelligent management and trends • Service and energy optimized networks COMMON REFERENCE TWO MAJOR PUBLIC 14.0 ARCHITECTURE & GPON XGPON DEMONSTRATIONS 12.0 ROADMAP 10.0 Sleepmode EE HW design• Wireless • Establish and define Wireless LAN W/subscriber 8.0 OLT(/subscriber) Sleepmode 2 HGW processor• Fiber-to-the-home common reference 6.0 Virtual HGW Long reach Wireline LAN (Eth.) PON digital OE PON architecture and 4.0 BI PON Transparent CPE roadmap with strategic 2.0 Low power Optics Low power research directions 0.0 electronics 2010 Short Term 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2022 2012 2013 Medium Term Long Term
  • 11. CONCLUSIONS ICT NETWORKS ARE GROWING RAPIDLY • Scaling networks is becoming more difficult • Bringing focus to energy efficiency TRANSFORMING ICT AND RESEARCH COMMUNITIES ICT NETWORKS ARE ORGANIZING TO ADDRESS CHALLENGES FOR A • Dramatic, holistic change, but over long term evolution SUSTAINABLE • Cooperative organizations FUTURE such as GreenTouch guiding (re)evolution SEVERAL PROMISING RESEARCH DIRECTIONS AND INITIAL RESULTS HAVE BEEN OBTAINED • End to end network architectures and management @Green_Touch www.alcatel-lucent.comMORE WORK REMAINS! @Thierry_Klein www.greentouch.org
  • 12. Thank You www.greentouch.org12 © 2011 GreenTouch Consortium

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