Client-side energy costs of video streaming
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Through measurements on our testbed, we show how users of Netflix could make energy savings of up to 34% by adjusting video quality settings. We estimate the impacts of these quality settings on the energy consumption of client systems and the network. If users exercise choice in their video streaming habits, over 100 GWh of energy a year could be saved on a global scale. We discuss how providing energy usage information to users of digital video could enable them to make choices of video settings to reduce energy usage, and we estimate savings on associated electricity costs and carbon emissions.
Ejembi , O & Bhatti , S N 2016 , Client-side energy costs of video streaming . in J Chen & L T Yang (eds) , Proceedings - 2015 IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Data Intensive Systems : 11–13 December 2015 Sydney, Australia . , 7396511 , Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc. , pp. 252-259 , 2015 IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Data Intensive Systems; 8th IEEE International Conference Cyber, Physical and Social Computing; 11th IEEE International Conference on Green Computing and Communications and 8th IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things, DSDIS/CPSCom/GreenCom/iThings 2015 , Sydney , Australia , 11/12/15 . https://doi.org/10.1109/DSDIS.2015.49conference
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