Research Area:  Mobile Ad Hoc Networks
The mobile users have acquired the benefits of cloud computing with the help of Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) technology in order to satisfy the increasing data demands.The efficiency of the system is highly limited by the bandwidth limitations and limitations associated with the mobile devices despite the rapid development of MEC as well as the cloud computing technology. Our aim is to provide an optimal method to optimize the energy consumption in the mobile edge computing. In this regard, the research paper proposed a Green Cloud based Queue Management system for 5G networks that helps in addressing the issues related to latency and energy consumption. While serving the users, the proposed methodology results in less amount of energy being wasted and hence the reduced latency. By means of alleviating the congestion and implementing the virtual list, this issue can be resolved greatly. Simulation is done with the help of NS2 green cloud simulator and the results are obtained by comparing the proposed model to conventional cloud model and cloudlet based on throughput, latency, energy consumption and normalized overhead as these are the evaluation measures. The results show that there has been considerable enhancement in the energy consumption. As the throughput increases, the quality of the service also increases.
Author(s) Name:  R. Gopi,S. T. Suganthi,R. Rajadevi,Nebojsa Bacanin,S. Kannimuthu,R. Rajadevi
Journal name:  Wireless Personal Communications
Publisher name:  Springer
Volume Information:  volume 117, pages 3397–3419 (2021)
Paper Link:   https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11277-021-08084-0