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A Comprehensive study on Cloud Green Computing : To Reduce Carbon Footprints Using Clouds

  title={A Comprehensive study on Cloud Green Computing : To Reduce Carbon Footprints Using Clouds},
  author={Chiranjeeb Roy Chowdhury and Arindam Chatterjee and Alap Sardar and Shalabh Agarwal and Asoke Nath},
Cloud computing and Green computing are two most emergent areas in information communication technology (ICT) with immense applications in the entire globe. The future trends of ICT will be more towards cloud computing and green computing. Due to tremendous improvements in computer networks now the people prefer the Network-based computing instead of doing something in an inhouse based computing. In any business sector daily business and individual computing are now migrating from individual… Expand

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