A CLOSED-FORM SOLUTION FOR A QUEUEING MODEL OF ENERGY EFFICIENT ETHERNET LINKS

Authors

  • Đỗ Văn Tiến BME
  • Csaba Rotter

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15625/1813-9663/37/4/16126

Keywords:

Energy Efficient Ethernet, queueing model, Markov Modulated Compound Poission Process

Abstract

To save energy consumption of Ethernet switches, IEEE has standardized a new energy-efficient operation for Ethernet links with a low-power state and transition mechanisms between the high-power state for transporting traffic and the low-power state.
In this paper, we propose a queueing model with the Markov Modulated Compound Poisson Process that is able to characterize backbone packet traffic. We derive a closed-form solution for the stationary distribution of the proposed queueing model. We show that our model can capture an entire system where the transition times are constant.

Author Biographies

Đỗ Văn Tiến, BME

Tien Van Do
received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in telecommunications engineering from the Technical University of Budapest, Hungary, in 1991 and 1996, respectively. He is a professor
in the department of Networked Systems and Services, the Budapest University of Technology and Economics. He habilitated at BME, and received the DSc from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences in 2011. He led various projects on network planning and software implementations that results are directly used for industry such ATM \& IP network planning software for Hungarian Telekom, GGSN tester for Nokia, performance testing program for the performance testing of the NOKIA IMS product, automatic software testing framework for Nokia Siemens Networks. His research interests are queuing theory, telecommunication networks, cloud computing, performance evaluation and planning of ICT Systems and machine learning.

Csaba Rotter

Csaba Rotter is heading the "Multi Cloud Orchestration" research department in Nokia Bell Labs. He is involved in cloud-related research topics targeting cloud-native network service operation challenges in a highly distributed multivendor environment. His particular interest is in developing solutions for the performance-related service level agreement of concurrent applications sharing the resources in distributed environments. His passion for automation started years before when he was responsible for test automation concept development in large telecommunication systems. He received MSc in applied electronics at the Technical University of Oradea in 1995 and an MSc in IT management at the Central European University in Budapest in 2008. He joined Nokia in 1999, later Nokia Research Center (currently Nokia Bell Labs) in 2008.

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Published

2021-10-12

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SPECIAL ISSUE DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF PROFESSOR PHAN DINH DIEU - PART B