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Data Centers Have Gone Green (Or Haven't They?). When Will Networks Follow?
SESSION: Data Centers Have Gone Green (Or Haven't They?). When Will Networks Follow?
EVENT TYPE: Workshop
TIME: 9:00AM - 5:30PM
Organizer(s):Thierry Klein, Dan Kilper, Inder Monga
ROOM:Hyatt Leonesa III
ABSTRACT: The power consumption of the data centers in the US in 2006 was 1.5% of the total energy consumed at a cost of more than $4.5B. With the expected 30-fold increase in data traffic over the next decade, the overall power consumption of data centers and networks will become an issue of vital importance to the IT and telecommunications industries.
This workshop focuses on current power consumption challenges and limitations for data centers and data networks, on opportunities to jointly optimize data center and network designs and architectures and on innovative solutions to improve the overall energy efficiency to enable sustainable communications and computing platforms, solutions and networks. Hear from world-renowned and leading experts in the field share their insights and expertise and engage in stimulating discussions. In addition to a series of invited presentations, the event includes a panel discussion with direct and audience questions to the panel.
Thierry Klein - Alcatel-Lucent
Dan Kilper - Alcatel-Lucent
Inder Monga - Energy Sciences Network/ Lawrence Berkeley Labs