Γνωσιακή διαχείριση φορτίου δικτύου τηλεπικοινωνιών με βάση τεχνοοικονομικά κριτήρια
Μιχαλολιάκος, Μιχαήλ Π.
SubjectAutonomic computing ; Traffic engineering ; Cognitive radio networks ; Τηλεπικοινωνίες ; Ενέργεια
The challenge presented by the rise of demand for Quality of services and applications, is already visible and is taken under seriously considerations. Present network architectures are facing regular and alternate user needs, becoming more and more difficult to comply and function with their demands. The monsterus data distribution and the need to service them through telecommunications networks drive into on ongoing consumption of energy and high costs (Opex and Capex). In the way that needs growing over and over it’s the right time to put for issues of re-development and administration of future infrastructures focusing on reliability, performance and increase their life cycle. Important pillar in order to find solutions regarding the above issues is the creation of a green management policy planning that will primarily target the 'handling' of the energy consumption in ICT networks. Broadband, the need for fast internet access and services, the rapid growth of users, the digitization of society and business processes with the simultaneous increase in energy consumption figures from the part of the ICT accelerate the implementation of the idea of green policy. Demand for fast internet access and services, rapid growth of users and the digitization of society and business processes with the increase in energy consumption of the ICT accelerate the needs for the implementation of the green management policy. The European Commission has already focused on the design of a new IT strategy that should characterize the technology industry. Therefore Green computing is In front of us .The reduction of CO2 emissions with the use of technology is a very important objective for ICT, as they account for 2% of emissions on the planet. Development of broadband networks and digital service infrastructures must now contribute to achieving the EU to reduce emissions of greenhouse gases, making the main objective of finding energy efficient solutions in many sectors of the European economy. Barrier for the green target is the lack of equipment that can measure and manage energy in the existing infrastructure of heterogeneous networks. At this point the traffic engineering mechanism of information taking place, so that we can create a fertile ground for the development of energy efficient network infrastructures. Traffic engineering in an automated management process will be able to manage the data rows in such a way as to ensure the balancing workload, performance and reliability of the service so that it leads to a reduction in energy consumption. In conclusion, the management of energy-efficient networks will lead to increased utilization of network use while reducing capital (CAPEX) and operational expenditures (OPEX) by reducing the energy consumption of core infrastructures.