Energy Efficiency of Server-Centric PON Data Center Architecture for Fog Computing

08/18/2018
by   Sanaa Hamid Mohamed, et al.
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In this paper, we utilize Mixed Integer Linear Programming (MILP) models to compare the energy efficiency and performance of a server-centric Passive Optical Networks (PON)-based data centers design with different data centers networking topologies for the use in fog computing. For representative MapReduce workloads, completion time results indicate that the server-centric PON-based design achieves 67 DCell with equivalent performance.

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