Energy Efficient Optical Burst Chain Switching with QOS Aware Networks

Venkatesh, P. Maheswara; Raja, A. Sivanantha
July 2014
Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences;Jul2014, Vol. 8 Issue 10, p334
Academic Journal
Today's ICT (Information and communication Technology) is emerging with tremendous challenges which were prevailing throughout the world. One among them is the energy conservation which plays a vital role in telecommunication network .Perhaps the paradigm to reduce energy consumption in access networks enriches the energy savings in the internet energy conservation without diluting the QoS (Quality of Service). WOBAN, a novel hybrid access paradigm with the combination of high capacity optical backhaul and wireless front end provides very high throughput in a cost effective manner , meanwhile to improve the energy efficiency which is the main task of the strategy. The scenario is to replace optical burst switching (OBS) network architecture to Optical Burst Chain switching (OBCS) to achieve high performance with energy efficient . Here switching unit is burst chain it consist of non-periodic bursts in one wavelength. We discussed wide-ranging simulation result for throughput, delay and energy to demonstrate its superior performance over OBS networks.


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