In this paper, we focus on energy-aware devices able to reduce their energy requirements by adapting their performance. We consider the device to be able to save energy through two main energy-aware primitives, namely, low power idle and power scaling. In such an environment, we propose a novel and original model for accurately representing how the joint usage of the previously cited primitives can impact on both energy consumption and network performance. As shown by the results achieved, the proposed model can be effectively applied in order to design and control energy-aware hardware of next-generation network devices.

An Analytical Model for Designing and Controlling New-Generation Green Devices

BOLLA, RAFFAELE;BRUSCHI, ROBERTO;A. Carrega;DAVOLI, FRANCO
2010

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In this paper, we focus on energy-aware devices able to reduce their energy requirements by adapting their performance. We consider the device to be able to save energy through two main energy-aware primitives, namely, low power idle and power scaling. In such an environment, we propose a novel and original model for accurately representing how the joint usage of the previously cited primitives can impact on both energy consumption and network performance. As shown by the results achieved, the proposed model can be effectively applied in order to design and control energy-aware hardware of next-generation network devices.
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