Green sustainable telco cloud

Bringing cloud computing from the Internet domain to Next Generation Networks (NGN) in order to provide Telco cloud services will leverage the use of NGN, reduce costs and create many value-added services. It is therefore becoming critical for world-class carriers, like Bell and Telus, to adopt a cloudbased communications model. However, unlike public Internet clouds, a Telco cloud has specific requirements, such as performance, scalability, security and isolation. The CANARIE GreenStar Network (GSN), led by Mohamed Cheriet, recently became the first network in the world to be powered entirely by renewable energy. The proposed project will evolve the GSN platform and will address challenges in building interoperable elastic cloud services that are green and sustainable, by designing open and scalable clouds with environmental control features that optimize workload, energy consumption and GHG emissions. Unlike most of the server-centric public Internet cloud solutions, the proposed model will be network-centric and target the telecommunications industry. The partnership with Ericsson will help to systematically investigate the Telco cloud architecture, with a view to developing optimal and reliable designs for next generation green and sustainable clouds. 

Faculty Supervisor:

Drs. Mohamed Cheriet and Réjean Samson




Prompt Quebec


Engineering - chemical / biological


Information and communications technologies


École de technologie supérieure



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