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With one third of the world population online in 2013 and an international Internet bandwidth multiplied by more than eight since 2006, the ICT sector is a non-negligible contributor of worldwide greenhouse gases emissions and power consumption. Indeed, power consumption of telecommunication networks has become a major concern for all the actors of the domain, and efforts are made to reduce their impact on the overall figure of ICTs, and to support its foreseen growth in a sustainable way. In this context, the contributors of the European Network of Excellence TREND have developed innovative solutions to improve the energy efficiency of networks. This paper gives an overview of the solutions related to optical networks.
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optical core networks, IBCN, optical access networks, energy efficiency, SAVINGS, Optical fiber communication, CONSUMPTION

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Le Rouzic, Esther, Edoardo Bonetto, Luca Chiaraviglio, F Giroire, F Idzikowski, F Jiménez, C Lange, et al. 2013. “TREND Towards More Energy-efficient Optical Networks.” In 17th Conference on Optical Network Design & Modeling, Proceedings, 211–216. IEEE.
APA
Le Rouzic, E., Bonetto, E., Chiaraviglio, L., Giroire, F., Idzikowski, F., Jiménez, F., Lange, C., et al. (2013). TREND towards more energy-efficient optical networks. 17th Conference on Optical Network Design & Modeling, Proceedings (pp. 211–216). Presented at the 17th Conference on Optical Network Design & Modeling (ONDM 2013), IEEE.
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Le Rouzic E, Bonetto E, Chiaraviglio L, Giroire F, Idzikowski F, Jiménez F, et al. TREND towards more energy-efficient optical networks. 17th Conference on Optical Network Design & Modeling, Proceedings. IEEE; 2013. p. 211–6.
MLA
Le Rouzic, Esther et al. “TREND Towards More Energy-efficient Optical Networks.” 17th Conference on Optical Network Design & Modeling, Proceedings. IEEE, 2013. 211–216. Print.
@inproceedings{4083352,
  abstract     = {With one third of the world population online in 2013 and an international Internet bandwidth multiplied by more than eight since 2006, the ICT sector is a non-negligible contributor of worldwide greenhouse gases emissions and power consumption. Indeed, power consumption of telecommunication networks has become a major concern for all the actors of the domain, and efforts are made to reduce their impact on the overall figure of ICTs, and to support its foreseen growth in a sustainable way. In this context, the contributors of the European Network of Excellence TREND have developed innovative solutions to improve the energy efficiency of networks. This paper gives an overview of the solutions related to optical networks.},
  author       = {Le Rouzic, Esther and Bonetto, Edoardo and Chiaraviglio, Luca and Giroire, F and Idzikowski, F and Jim{\'e}nez, F and Lange, C and Montalvo, J and Musumeci, F and Tahiri, I and Valenti, A and Van Heddeghem, Ward and Ye, Y and Bianco, A and Pattavina, A},
  booktitle    = {17th Conference on Optical Network Design \& Modeling, Proceedings},
  isbn         = {9781479904914},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Brest, France},
  pages        = {211--216},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {TREND towards more energy-efficient optical networks},
  year         = {2013},
}

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