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NGNs and Energy Efficiency

NGNs and Energy Efficiency

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Global migration to Next-Generation Networks (NGNs) could bring about a substantial reduction in power consumption and thereby reduce the telecommunication sector’s contribution to global warming. The report presents an overview of the main characteristics of NGNs and looks at how they can minimize power consumption of network, transmission and end-user equipment, as well as in data centres. It examines the energy savings that can be indirectly obtained from greater NGN usage, such as remote collaboration, and highlights ITU-T standardization work in the field of NGNs and climate change.
Global migration to Next-Generation Networks (NGNs) could bring about a substantial reduction in power consumption and thereby reduce the telecommunication sector’s contribution to global warming. The report presents an overview of the main characteristics of NGNs and looks at how they can minimize power consumption of network, transmission and end-user equipment, as well as in data centres. It examines the energy savings that can be indirectly obtained from greater NGN usage, such as remote collaboration, and highlights ITU-T standardization work in the field of NGNs and climate change.

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International Telecommunication Union
Telecommunication Standardization Policy DivisionITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector
NGNs andEnergy Efficiency
ITU-T Technology Watch Report #7August 2008
 
International Telecommunication Union
Telecommunication Standardization Policy DivisionITU Telecommunication Standardization Sector
NGNs andEnergy Efficiency
ITU-T Technology Watch Report 7August 2008 
Global migration to Next-Generation Networks (NGNs) couldbring about a substantial reduction in power consumption andthereby reduce the telecommunication sector’s contribution toglobal warming. The report presents an overview of the maincharacteristics of NGNs and looks at how they can minimizepower consumption of network, transmission and end-userequipment, as well as in data centres. It examines the energysavings that can be indirectly obtained from greater NGN usage,such as remote collaboration, and highlights ITU-Tstandardization work in the field of NGNs and climate change.
 
 
ITU-T Technology Watch Reports
are intended to provide an up-to-date assessmentof promising new technologies in a language that is accessible to non-specialists, with aview to:
 
 
Identifying candidate technologies for standardization work within ITU.
 
Assessing their implications for ITU Membership, especially developing countries.
Other reports in the series include:
Acknowledgements
This report was prepared by Arancha Fernández Romero (tsbtechwatch@itu.int)with Dr Tim Kelly. It has benefited from contributions and comments from Arthur Levin and DavidFaulkner.The opinions expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflectthe views of the International Telecommunication Union or its membership.This report, along with other Technology Watch Reports can be found atwww.itu.int/ITU-T/techwatch. Please send your comments totsbtechwatch@itu.intor join the Technology WatchCorrespondence Group, which provides a platform to share views, ideas and requirementson new/emerging technologies and to comment on the Reports.The Technology Watch function is managed by the ITU-T Standardization Policy Division.
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ITU 2008
 
All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, by any means whatsoever, without theprior written permission of ITU.

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