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1 Jean-Luc Beylat, Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs France, President September 2011 ALCATEL-LUCENT Energy Efficient Networks to Enable Sustainable Information-Based Societies

2 OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY Why it matters? Digital economies Rural inclusion Climate change Ben Verwaayen | The world is having a lot of challenges at this moment. One of them, one of the most important one, is to transform our economies from physical economies to digital economies, to be inclusive for the rural world and to tackle climate change. As an industry we can contribute. As a society we need to take advantage

3 OUR COMMITMENT TO SUSTAINABILITY Going Green: next revolution of 21st century? ECONOMIC DRIVER How do we get Green out of the talking shop into reality? Remember the Internet in the 80's? When so many went into their garages and invented the world we are now used to? Well, Green can be the same motor for innovation. Again the sound of excitement out of the garages will inspire a new wave of economic growth. CEO Alcatel-Lucent At the World Economic Forum

4 Enabling a Low Carbon Economy Developing Eco-Sustainable Networks Reducing Our Carbon Footprint ALCATEL-LUCENTS ECO-SUSTAINABLE APPROACH: Fundamental elements Leveraging Bell Labs eco-innovation Playing a pro-active role with key stakeholders Transforming communications for a sustainable world

5 Take-Back / Recycling / Reuse Network Optimization Energy Efficient Operation Alternative Energies Design for Environment Product Stewardship Smart Manufacturing Eco Packaging Functional use represents 80%-90% of eco impact DEVELOPING ECO-SUSTAINABLE NETWORKS Holistic lifecycle approach delivers eco-sustainable networks

6 DRIVERS and GREEN TRANSFORMATION Telepresence E-Health Smart Buildings Smart Transportation Smart Communities Smart Grids Industry New value-add Services Mobile broadband everyone, everywhere Increase revenue Reduce Cost Climate change issues Reduce energy consumption Compliance Reinvent scalable green networks

7 20202010 Global Users Information Vidéo Wireless HD … 3D … WHERE WE ARE Doing nothing is not an option Sustainable Networking Reducing Our Carbon Footprint

8 8 Global consortium with experts from across industry and worlds top institutions collaborating in matrix of open- innovation, establishing roadmaps, listing challenges and focusing on highest opportunity Pre-competitive research that emphasizes clean slate architectures and out-of-the-box thinking Support and Funding from members and Governments Ambitious goal in finite period of time By 2015, deliver architectures, specifications, roadmaps, and demonstrate key technologies needed to increase network energy efficiency by a 1000-fold over current levels

9 GreenTouch has established technical working groups to focus on the activities with the highest estimated potential of improving energy efficiency in communications networks Infrastructure & Ideas in place to maximize success Focusing on Biggest Wins Across the Working Groups there are More than 25 Collaborative Projects Underway Input to Working Groups comes from Services, Applications & Trends Committee Technical Working Groups Wireless (1000X) Wireline Access (100X) Core Routing & Switching (100X) Core Optical Networking and Transmission (10X)

10 Research Topics Components and Hardware Low power technologies (electronics, photonics and interconnects) Integrated processing with silicon photonic interconnects Scalable architectures for energy follows load Analog vs. digital computation Energy efficient thermal management Network Architecture Energy efficient network topologies with minimum number of hops Energy efficient routing Joint IP-optical network design Management and Control Dynamic resource allocation and sleep modes Energy efficient bandwidth allocation (e.g. reduce over-provisioning and efficient protection) Eliminate redundant and unnecessary functions; minimum per-packet processing Energy efficient protocols Content Distribution Scalable content centric networking with tighter integration of content distribution and transport Service optimized networks Energy efficient content (re)-placement mechanisms

11 AT&T Athens Information Technology (AIT) Center for Research & Education Bell Labs Broadcom Carnegie Mellon University CEA-LETI Applied Research Institute for Microelectronics China Mobile Chunghwa Telecom Columbia University Draka Communications Dublin City University Electronics and Telecommunication Research Institute (ETRI) Energy Sciences Network/ Lawrence Berkeley Labs Fondazione Politecnico di Milano France Telecom Orange Fraunhofer-Geselleschaft Freescale Semiconductor The French National Institute for Research in Computer Science and Control (INRIA) Fujitsu Huawei IBBT IMEC Karlsruhe Institute of Technology Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U. Leuven) King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology KT Corporation National ICT Australia NTT Politecnico di Torino Portugal Telecom Inovação, S.A. Samsung Advanced Institute of Technologiy Seoul National University Swisscom TNO Tsinghua University TTI TU Dresden Universitat Paderborn University College London University of Cambridge University of Delaware University of Leeds University of Manchester University of Maryland University of Melbournes Institute for a Broadband- Enabled Society (IBES) University of New South Wales University of Toronto Waterford Institute of Technology MEMBERS – GROWING LIST

12 RN eNB Green Radio Network Architecture Approaches Base Station Hardware Ultra Low-Power Base-Station on a Chip Photonic Enablers for RF Systems High Efficiency RF-Power Amplifiers Renewable Energy Powering New Architectures such as lightRadio Green Air Interface Large Scale Antenna Systems Very High Bandwidth Rethink entire wireless access for energy efficiency Network Architecture & Mgmt Dynamic Management for Energy Efficiency Small Cells, Relays and Repeaters New BS Architecture – Cloud Computing for Signal Processing

13 MAJOR INITIATIVES: lightRadio Alcatel-Lucent maps the future of mobile technology lightRadio is a revolutionary, multi-technology product family that completely changes the face of the radio access network (RAN) Improves the environment: reduces energy consumption of mobile networks by up to 50% Addresses global digital divide: easy creation of broadband coverage virtually anywhere there is power (electricity, sun, wind) Offers major savings for operators: potential reduction of total cost of ownership (TCO) of mobile networks up to 50% lightRadio is a smart solution to a tough set of problems: high energy costs, the explosion of video on mobile, and connecting the unconnected. Ben Verwaayen, CEO of Alcatel-Lucent

14 Green: Green: Providing Value at Minimal Energy More value per service Smart grid,... Research Overall Goal Less energy per bit BL Green Research More service per bit Immersion, … CCN, CDN, … Information is a critical component of value ICT networks: ultra energy-efficient in producing and transporting information Green is the product of everything we do in the Company

15 Transportation and logistics: intelligent transport systems Energy (power utilities): smart grid & smart metering Healthcare: remote patient care and monitoring Enabling a low carbon economy ENABLING A LOW CARBON ECONOMY Innovative communications applications Smart communities: state and local authorities, public safety

16 MAJOR INITIATIVES: ALTERNATIVE ENERGY Developing eco-sustainable networks Alcatel-Lucent Alternative Energy Program | 1st truly industrial solution More than 400 alternative energy-powered wireless base stations have been deployed to date

17 MAJOR INITIATIVES: SMART GRID For a more efficient management from the generation to the consumption Alcatel-Lucent is already successfully delivering Smart Grid solutionsSmart Grid solutions Smart Grid | Enabling reduced environmental impact through secure and reliable communications Electricity generation and distribution: ¼ of total worldwide GHG emissions Alcatel-Lucent enables utilities : to monitor real-time usage, to inform and influence consumers to be more energy aware to consume energy more efficiently THE COMMUNICATIONS NETWORK AT THE CORNERSTONE OF MAKING THE GRID SMARTER

18 ICT today: about 2% of global emissions An Opportunity for Tremendous Impact on Remaining 98% ICT: AN OPPORTUNITY TO TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE 20022007 2020 0.5 0.8 1.4 -7.8 If business-as-usual Potential direct telecom equipment energy savings by 2020 0.5 Source: GeSI – SMART 2020: Enabling the Low Carbon Economy in the Information Age Gtons CO 2 Zero Growth Line Indirect application examples Smart utilities Smart transport Smart buildings Smart industry ICT can enable a 15% reduction in global emissions by 2020

19 MAJOR INITIATIVES: CARBON FOOTPRINT Our commitment Commitment | Alcatel-Lucent committed to a 50% reduction of its carbon footprint by 2020 Learn more at:

20 20 Passionate & Dedicated Support of Leadership Team


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