Power-aware Routing and Traffic Engineering: Requirements, Approaches, and Issues
draft-zhang-greennet-01

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Authors Beichuan Zhang  , Junxiao Shi  , Jie Dong  , Mingui Zhang 
Last updated 2013-07-14 (latest revision 2013-01-10)
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Abstract

Energy consumption of network infrastructures is rising fast. There are emerging needs for power-aware routing and traffic engineering, which adjust routing paths to help reduce power consumption network- wide. This document gives a high-level analysis on the basic requirements, approaches, and potential issues in power-aware routing and traffic engineering.

Authors

Beichuan Zhang (bzhang@cs.arizona.edu)
Junxiao Shi (shijunxiao@cs.arizona.edu)
Jie Dong (jie.dong@huawei.com)
Mingui Zhang (zhangmingui@huawei.com)

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