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 ENG  Vol.10 No.11 , November 2018
Simulation of a Mathematical Model Minimizing Energy Consumption in SDN Type Networks
Abstract: Several works by the authors have shown that energy consumption in communication networks does not only depend on the traffic load but on all connected equipment in the network. We have contributed a new mathematical model and a new energy saving strategy with Software Defined Network (SDN) technology [1]. Our Model solution is based on the Modified SPRING Protocol (MSP). In this paper, we simulated our work and compared it to that of the authors [2] and [3]. The OMNET++ simulator was used for our work. Thus, the results of the simulations gave a delay that tends to zero, a packet loss of the order of 10% and a constant jitter of 4% better than the previous authors.
Cite this paper: Kra, L. , Gooré, B. , Koffi, M. and Asseu, O. (2018) Simulation of a Mathematical Model Minimizing Energy Consumption in SDN Type Networks. Engineering, 10, 805-813. doi: 10.4236/eng.2018.1011056.
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[1]   Kra, L., Gondo, Y., Gooré, B.T. and Asseu, O. (2018) Contribution to the Optimization of the Energy Consumption in SDN Networks. Journal of Sensor Technology, 8, 1-9.
https://doi.org/10.4236/jst.2018.83005

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