WiFi hotspots are increasingly deployed to relieve cellular networks from the burden generated by data-hungry mobile applications. Such deployments generally cater for the worst case scenario, which leads to over-provisioning of resources eventually resulting in a significant energy waste when little or no traffic is present. In this demo, we present an integrated energy and mobility management solution for WiFi networks. The demo combines Energino, an open real-time energy consumption monitoring toolkit with Odin a software defined networking framework for WLANs. This integration enables energy programmable WiFi networks, allowing to cluster clients around access points in an energy-efficient and performant manner.

Thor: Energy Programmable WiFi Networks

Roberto Riggio;
2013

Abstract

WiFi hotspots are increasingly deployed to relieve cellular networks from the burden generated by data-hungry mobile applications. Such deployments generally cater for the worst case scenario, which leads to over-provisioning of resources eventually resulting in a significant energy waste when little or no traffic is present. In this demo, we present an integrated energy and mobility management solution for WiFi networks. The demo combines Energino, an open real-time energy consumption monitoring toolkit with Odin a software defined networking framework for WLANs. This integration enables energy programmable WiFi networks, allowing to cluster clients around access points in an energy-efficient and performant manner.
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