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Energy-Information Transmission Tradeoff in Green Cloud Computing

@inproceedings{MohsenianRad2010EnergyInformationTT,
  title={Energy-Information Transmission Tradeoff in Green Cloud Computing},
  author={Amir-Hamed Mohsenian-Rad and Alberto Leon-Garcia},
  year={2010}
}
With the rise of Internet-scale systems and cloud computing services, there is an increasing trend towards building massive, energy-hungry, and geographically distributed data centers. Due to their enormous energy consumption, data centers are expected to have major impact on the electric grid and potentially the amount of greenhouse gas emissions and carbon footprint. In this regard, the locations that are selected to build future data centers as well as the service load to be routed to each… Expand

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