Green Computing and Mobile-Cloud-Computing Inspired Middleware for Next Generation

Chandrakant N

Abstract


In this paper three computing techniques are integrated via a Middleware software agent. Mobile computing involves mobile interaction, mobile hardware, and mobile software, where as cloud computing relies on sharing of resources to meet coherence and economies of scale over a network. Green computing is similar to cloud computing but it is more related to selecting energy-efficient networking technologies and products, and minimizing resource use whenever/wherever possible. A novel approach is proposed where Middleware is coordinating between mobile and cloud computing techniques to achieve green computing for next generation where people are mostly talk about global warming.

Keywords


MANET, Green Computing, Mobile Computing, Cloud Computing

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