Towards Green ICT

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Towards Green ICT

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 392 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9788792329349
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Full Description

ICT is playing an increasingly important role in both business and individual's private life. It has increased international interconnectedness and speed up the process of globalization. But on the other side the total energy consumption by the communication and networking devices and the relevant global CO emission is increasing exponentially. ICT has, in many ways, a vital role to play. It accounts for about two percent of global CO emissions. Telecommunications applications can have a direct, tangible impact on lowering greenhouse gas emissions, power consumption, and achieve efficient recycling of equipment waste.This book is the outcome of the special session on Green Communications at 'The 12th International Symposium on Wireless Personal Multimedia Communications' (WPMC) held in September '09 in Sendai, Japan. To the best of the editors' knowledge this is the first book on the Green Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and can be considered a milestone and a key-tool aimed at driving the industrial, scientific and academic efforts of the international community to guarantee a greener future to the whole planet.

Contents

1. Contribution to Green Communications Vision D. Simunic (University of Zagreb, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing, Zagreb, Croatia); R. Prasad (Department of Electronic Systems Aalborg University); S. Ohmori (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), JAPAN) 2. How telecom could save the planet L. E. Magi; M. G. Gustafsson; A. Kramers (Ericsson, Sweden) 3. Directions towards Future Green Internet H. Imaizumi; H.Morikaw ( The University of Tokyo, Japan) 4. Trend and Technology Development in Green Communications - KDDI'S TECHNICAL APPROACH T. Mizuike; K.SUGIYAMA (KDDI R&D Laboratories, Inc., Japan) 5. Role of ICT in Positively Impacting The Environment K. Ramareddy; P. Pruthi (NIKSUN Inc., USA); R. Prasad ( Department of Electronic Systems Aalborg University, Denmark) 6. Green Mobile K. E Skouby; I. Windekilde (CMI/ Aalborg University, Denmark) 7. ZigBee as a Key Technology for Green Communications C. Spiegel; S. Rickers; G. Bruck; P. Jung (University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany); W. Shim; R. Lee; J.H. Yu (SK Telecom, Korea) 8. Using ICT in Greening: The Role of RFID R. Krigslund; P. Popovski; I. Dukovska-Popovska; G.F. Pedersen (Aalborg University, Denmark); B. Manev (Bellona, Belgium) 9. Energy-Efficient Deployment through Optimizations in the Planning of ICT Networks R.Nielsen; A Mihovska; O. Madsen (Department of Electronic Systems Aalborg University, Denmark) 10. Low power hardware platforms A.Nannarelli (Technical University of Denmark, Denmark) 11. Alternative power supplies for wireless and sensor networks and their applications N. Nakajima (The University of Electro-communications, Japan) 12. Energy saving in wireless access networks L. Jorguseski; R. Litjens; J. Oostveen; H. Zhang (TNO Information and Communications Technology; The Netherlands) 13. Optimisng energy usage in private households J.Rohde; S. Wolff; T. S.Toftegaard; P. G. Larsen; K. Lausdahl; A. Ribeiro; M. H. Stender (Aarhus School of Engineering, Denmark) 14. Photovoltaic-Aware Multi-Processor P. Koch (Department of Electronic Systems Aalborg University, Denmark) 15. Quantum information technology for power minimum info-communications M. Sasaki; M. Takeoka; M. Fujiwara; A. Waseda; H. Tanaka (National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan) 16. Approaches for green Communication for improving energy Efficiency M. Umehira (Ibaraki University, Japan) 17. Interconnect-Aware high-level design methodologies for low-power VLSIs M. Kameyama; M.Hariyama (Graduate School of Information Sciences Tohoku University, Japan) 18. Development of wideband optical packet switch technology H. Furukawa; Naoya Wada (NICT, Japan) 19. Application of Green Radio to Maritime Coastal/Lake Communications and Locationing Introducing Intelligent WiMAX X.Lian; H. Nikookar; L. Ligthart ( International Research Centre for Telecommunications and Radar (IRCTR), Delft University of Technology, Delft, The Netherlands) 20. A Futuristic Outlook on Emerging Business Models P. Lindgren; Y Taran; K. Saughaug; S.Clemensen (University of Aalborg, Denmark)