Caching Video-on-Demand in Metro and Access Fog Data Centres

by   Wafaa B. M. Fadlelmula, et al.

This paper examines the utilization of metro fog data centres and access fog datacentres with integrated solar cells and Energy Storage Devices (ESDs) to assist cloud data centres in caching Video-on-Demand content and hence, reduce the networking power consumption. A Mixed Integer Linear Programming (MILP) model is used to optimize the delivery of the content from cloud, metro fog, or access fog datacentres. The results for a range of data centre parameters show that savings by up to 38 achieved when VoD is optimally served from fully renewable-powered cloud or metro fog data centres or from access fog data centres with 250 m2 solar cells. Additional 8 the access fog data centres.


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