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GreenTouch News Briefing   |  1 February 2011<br />1<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient<br />© 2011 G...
Delivering on the Vision<br />Gee Rittenhouse<br />GreenTouch Chairman<br />GreenTouch News Briefing  |  1 February 2011<b...
Beyond What We Can See<br />4<br />Smart Phones<br />50 Million Automobiles<br />Pads<br />HD<br />Video<br />3D<br />Wire...
How Far Can We Go?<br />5<br />Optical<br />Wireless<br />Thermal Noise<br />Bennet and Landauer<br />“communications netw...
It Takes an Ecosystem …<br />7<br />GreenTouch News Briefing  |  1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
Members Actively Engaged…<br />9<br />Beyond Cellular – Green Mobile Networks<br />Virtual Home Gateway<br />      Optimal...
…and Collaboration<br />10<br />Wireline Access<br />GreenTouch News Briefing  |  1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch C...
Delivering The Vision…<br />11<br />GreenTouch News Briefing  |  1 February 2011<br />Metro Router<br />Metro/Edge Network...
GreenTouch News Briefing   |  1 February 2011<br />12<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient<br />© 2011 ...
Luis Neves<br />GeSI Chair<br />
A sustainable world through responsible, ICT-enabled transformation.<br />GeSI VISION<br />14<br />
By 2014, GeSI is the recognized thought leader, partner of choice and proactive driver of the ICT sustainability agenda as...
GeSI – Growing Membership & Partnerships<br />MEMBERS<br />PARTNERS<br />
“Business as usual” CO2 level by 2100<br />Double pre-industrial <br />CO2 level<br />“Dangerous” climate change likely<br...
 Smart Buildings
 Smart Grid
 Smart motors and Industry   Processes
Dematerialization</li></ul>600<br />550<br />500<br />450<br />400<br />2008: 384 ppm<br />Increasing at 2 ppm per year<br...
Top measures of ICT energy efficiency From transformation to excellence to customer satisfaction<br />Energy-efficient NGN...
Common site concept(Fixed & Mobile, eventually IT)
Improved housing efficiency(UPS, HVAC, building practice)
Load adaptive network ops (Power mode, starting with fix & mobile access – DSL & RAN)
Energy efficient CPE/HGW (e.g. functional integration, thin clients, …)
Green home networks  (Energy Control Plane, …)
Green applications(Green App, smart homes etc.)
Minimized parallel operation of NGN and legacy platforms(turn off PSTN, SDH & ATM)
Capacity adjustment (from 100 ->50% market share)
Platform live cycle management. (e.g. mobile network)</li></li></ul><li>Message – ICT’s Enabling Effect, Measuring the Imp...
What can be achieved in total?Levers to provide energy reduction per unit up to 70% until 2017: <br />0,10<br /><ul><li>NG...
Optimized engine rooms for new engines!
Still high technology improvements expected
Challenge suppliers, buy efficient boxes!
Fragmented, oversized always on platforms are status quo of pre NGN
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GreenTouch: Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient

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On February 1, 2011, the GreenTouch Consortium, a global research initiative dedicated to dramatically improving the energy efficiency of information and communications technology (ICT) networks by a factor of 1,000, today detailed the accomplishments of its first eight months of operation and demonstrated a Large-Scale Antenna System proof of concept ‒ the first of many technologies it is working to deliver. This antenna system offers the potential for tremendous energy savings thanks to its novel wireless transmission techniques.

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GreenTouch: Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient

  1. 1. GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />1<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  2. 2. Delivering on the Vision<br />Gee Rittenhouse<br />GreenTouch Chairman<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />2<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
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  4. 4. Beyond What We Can See<br />4<br />Smart Phones<br />50 Million Automobiles<br />Pads<br />HD<br />Video<br />3D<br />Wireless<br />StatusQuo<br />Carbon Emissions<br />Research Inventory @ 100%<br />300 MtCO2e<br />2009<br />2020<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  5. 5. How Far Can We Go?<br />5<br />Optical<br />Wireless<br />Thermal Noise<br />Bennet and Landauer<br />“communications networks could be 10,000 times more energy-efficient than they are today”<br />Quantum Uncertainty<br />Keyes<br />Claude Shannon<br />Bell Labs research study<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
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  7. 7. It Takes an Ecosystem …<br />7<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
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  9. 9. Members Actively Engaged…<br />9<br />Beyond Cellular – Green Mobile Networks<br />Virtual Home Gateway<br /> Optimal End-to-End Resource Allocation<br />Service Energy Aware Optical Networks <br />Green Transmission Technologies <br />Minimum Energy Access Architectures <br />Single-Chip Linecards<br />Large-Scale Antenna Systems<br />Highly-Adaptive Layer Mesh Networks <br />Massive MIMO <br />25+<br />Current<br />Projects<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  10. 10. …and Collaboration<br />10<br />Wireline Access<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  11. 11. Delivering The Vision…<br />11<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />Metro Router<br />Metro/Edge Network<br />Ethernet Switch<br />OTN<br />Ethernet Switch<br />ROADM<br />ROADM<br />ROADM<br />ROADM<br />ROADM<br />Ethernet Switch<br />Metro Router<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  12. 12. GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />12<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  13. 13. Luis Neves<br />GeSI Chair<br />
  14. 14. A sustainable world through responsible, ICT-enabled transformation.<br />GeSI VISION<br />14<br />
  15. 15. By 2014, GeSI is the recognized thought leader, partner of choice and proactive driver of the ICT sustainability agenda as measured by development and use of its tools, broad member base and contribution to relevant policies.<br />GeSI MISSION<br />15<br />
  16. 16. GeSI – Growing Membership & Partnerships<br />MEMBERS<br />PARTNERS<br />
  17. 17. “Business as usual” CO2 level by 2100<br />Double pre-industrial <br />CO2 level<br />“Dangerous” climate change likely<br />Lowest possible stabilisation by 2100<br />50% chance of limiting global warming to 2oC<br />30 ppm increase over last 17 years<br />Fastest rate of change:<br />30 ppm increase over 1000 years<br />Major Challenge Climate Change:How ICT can help to win the Race<br />650<br />15% overall CO2-Reduction by:<br /><ul><li> Smart Logistics
  18. 18. Smart Buildings
  19. 19. Smart Grid
  20. 20. Smart motors and Industry Processes
  21. 21. Dematerialization</li></ul>600<br />550<br />500<br />450<br />400<br />2008: 384 ppm<br />Increasing at 2 ppm per year<br />350<br />Temperature from Antarctic ice<br />CO2 concentration in gas bubbles within ice<br />4<br />300<br />2<br />0<br />CO2 (ppm)<br />-2<br />250<br />CO2 at Mauna Loa, Hawaii<br />Temperature change (oC)<br />-4<br />CO2 in ice (Law Dome)<br />-6<br />200<br />-8<br />-10<br />150<br />1000<br />150,000<br />100,000<br />50,000<br />2000<br />1500<br />
  22. 22. Top measures of ICT energy efficiency From transformation to excellence to customer satisfaction<br />Energy-efficient NGN infrastructure<br />Sustainable customer solutions<br />NGN/All-IP transformation<br /><ul><li>Go with the technology (e.g. 15% improvement p.a.)
  23. 23. Common site concept(Fixed & Mobile, eventually IT)
  24. 24. Improved housing efficiency(UPS, HVAC, building practice)
  25. 25. Load adaptive network ops (Power mode, starting with fix & mobile access – DSL & RAN)
  26. 26. Energy efficient CPE/HGW (e.g. functional integration, thin clients, …)
  27. 27. Green home networks (Energy Control Plane, …)
  28. 28. Green applications(Green App, smart homes etc.)
  29. 29. Minimized parallel operation of NGN and legacy platforms(turn off PSTN, SDH & ATM)
  30. 30. Capacity adjustment (from 100 ->50% market share)
  31. 31. Platform live cycle management. (e.g. mobile network)</li></li></ul><li>Message – ICT’s Enabling Effect, Measuring the Impact<br />
  32. 32. What can be achieved in total?Levers to provide energy reduction per unit up to 70% until 2017: <br />0,10<br /><ul><li>NGN will completely change carrier factory
  33. 33. Optimized engine rooms for new engines!
  34. 34. Still high technology improvements expected
  35. 35. Challenge suppliers, buy efficient boxes!
  36. 36. Fragmented, oversized always on platforms are status quo of pre NGN
  37. 37. Consolidation, virtuali-zation & load adaptive
  38. 38. operation</li></ul>Potential per unit 2017: <br /><ul><li>Core/Regio - 70%
  39. 39. Data Center - 70%
  40. 40. Access - 40%</li></ul>Housing<br />Operation<br />Equipment<br />Data Center Example<br />Our Estimates for ICT Operation 2017 of NGF:<br />Load adaptive operation of NGN : -30 …-50%Consolidation: - 20%Optim. Resilience: -20%<br />)<br />Improvement of functional efficiency for NGN equipment :-15 % CAGR<br />Improvement of Housing efficiency for NGN operation: PUE: 1,8 - >1,3<br />Lever: -30% (2017)<br />Lever: -40% (average)<br />Lever: -30% (cum.)<br />*Dipiction Data Center: IBM Corporation; Ken Rigby: “The Green Data Center” Harrisburg Farm Show & Expo Center, Dec. 5th, 2007<br />
  41. 41. Complementary Initiatives<br />GT and GeSI’s audiences are complementary<br />GT – the vision of dramatic technical solutions, realized by leveraging collective scientific expertise, to launch a new energy efficiency foundation for a more sustainable future <br />GeSI – the voice of ICT driven sustainability, reaching stakeholders, providing decision makers with credible information<br />Our messages are mutually beneficial<br />Sharing experiences can continue to reinforce the inherent strength of our organizations<br />
  42. 42. GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />22<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  43. 43. Insight into the Research<br />Claude Monney<br />GreenTouch Executive Board Member<br />Senior Consultant, Environment, Swisscom<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />23<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  44. 44. Strategy<br />Holistic view<br />Cooperation through common vision<br />Create essential technologies<br />Multi-disciplinary, open innovation<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />24<br />24<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  45. 45. Structure<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />25<br />Services, Applications & Trends<br />Core Optical Networking & Transmission<br />Wireline Access Networks<br />Core Switching & Routing<br />Mobile Communications<br />20X<br />2000X<br />1600X<br />400X<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  46. 46. Structure<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />26<br />Wireline Access Networks<br />1600X<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  47. 47. Challenges<br />Navigate between theory and practice<br />Manage intellectual property<br />Find focus<br />Scope of effort<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />27<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  48. 48. Solutions<br />Building reference architecture<br />Agreed on framework for collaboration<br />Defined and prioritized first projects<br />Building strategic partnerships<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />28<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  49. 49. GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />29<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficient<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  50. 50. Projects and Progress<br />Rod Tucker<br />GreenTouch Executive Board Member & Network Committee Chair<br />Laureate Professor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Melbourne<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />30<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  51. 51. Some Research Projects…<br />31<br />Beyond Cellular – Green Mobile Networks<br />Virtual Home Gateway<br /> Optimal End-to-End Resource Allocation<br />Service Energy Aware Optical Networks <br />Green Transmission Technologies <br />Minimum Energy Access Architectures <br />Single-Chip Linecards<br />Large-Scale Antenna Systems<br />Highly-Adaptive Layer Mesh Networks <br />Massive MIMO <br />25+<br />Current<br />Projects<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  52. 52. Wireline Access<br />32<br />DSP Platforms for Wireless Home Network<br />Min. Energy Access Architectures<br />Sleep Modes<br />Un-cooled Tunable <br />Lasers<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />Virtual Home Gateway<br />Low Power OFDM in Optical Access<br />Novel PON Protocols; Low Power Customer Premises Equipment<br />Fiber in the Home<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  53. 53. GreenTouch Roadmap for WirelineAccess<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />33<br />GreenTouch<br />Innovations<br />Power<br />2010<br />2020<br />2012<br />2014<br />2016<br />2018<br />Time<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  54. 54. Beyond Cellular MobileSeparating Data Network from Signaling Network<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />34<br />Data Network<br />Signaling Network<br />Collaborators:<br />Bell Labs <br />Huawei<br />Samsung <br />INRIA <br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  55. 55. Single-Chip Router Linecards<br />GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />35<br />Multiple Cores<br />Cross-X<br />CMOS<br />Content Cache<br />Optical Fiber<br /> Silicon Photonics<br />Hybrid Electronic – Photonic Chip<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />
  56. 56. GreenTouch News Briefing | 1 February 2011<br />36<br />Putting Energy Into Making Networks More Efficientwww.GreenTouch.org<br />© 2011 GreenTouch Consortium<br />

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