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Attend the first new course in 2017! Designing the Green Internet

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New! Designing the Green Internet
 
Wednesday, 25 January 2017 
9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. EST 
Online course via WebEx  
$250 IEEE ComSoc member · $280 IEEE member · $330 non-member 
The global online population has continued to grow from 2.3 billion in 2012 to an expected 3.6 billion people in 2017. A Green Internet is crucial to today's world. 
 
Join us for this exciting new course taught by our green communications network expert Fabrizio Granelli. Get a thorough, up-to-date review of the main issues in energy savings in today's and tomorrow's Internet. Presentation of the different subjects will be based on analytical models, simulation analysis and actual measurements, and enable the attendees to gain both theoretical and practical insights to the design of energy efficient networking solutions. 
 
Who Should Attend
Communications engineers working on networks and service design and dimensioning are highly recommended to participate. Take this unique opportunity to interact directly with the expert instructor to get answers to your questions during this live course.

 
Food for Thought
"Last year, Greenpeace estimated that within two years, information technology will take up between seven and 12 percent of all electrical use. About 21 percent of that will come from data centers."
Quote from The Cloud Needs to Get a Whole Lot Greener in 2017
 

 
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Limited Seating! Registration deadline: 
23 January 2017
0.6 IEEE Continuing Education Units (CEUs) available for this course.
 
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