Another of Lanner vehicle NVR is certified by market-leading video management software vendor. Lanner’s LVC-5770-7D, has recently been validated as fully compatible with Milestone Xprotect Essential+ VMS, another successful software-hardware validation case for Lanner following LVC-5000, a fully-integrated, feature-rich vehicle computing gateway.
News and Events
The FW-7551SE, an upgraded iteration of Lanner’s best-selling vCPE/CPE device the FW-7551, is designed to take full advantage of Intel®’s Atom™ C2000 Series processors and comes with additional connectivity features, delivering virtualization-optimized performance and exceptional energy efficiency for network security, communication and on-demand network functions.
The new generation of Intel’s Atom C3000 processor (Codenamed Denverton) is designed for a variety of workloads at edge networks that require very low power, high density, and high I/O integration. The 2~16 core Intel Atom C3000 SoCs fully support Intel’s SR-IOV /Intel® AES-NI for high performance virtualization, 10GbE SFP+ interface, and Intel® QuickAssist Technology for hardware-based crypto acceleration, running at 20G.
With the rising incidents of material theft in critical infrastructures, site surveillance has become increasingly important and cameras have been deployed at energy stations, power plants, and other utility production sites. However, owners of critical infrastructures require an all-in-one solution that can integrate the functionality of a cyber security and surveillance to ease the deployment process. Lanner, the global leader in cyber security gateway manufacturing, expands its current LEC-6032 product family with LEC-6032E, the PoE-enabled version for surveillance purpose in critical infrastructures.
Lanner, the global leading manufacturer in network appliances, is proud to present its TaiwanExcellence awarded platform at Commuinc Indonesia 2017. Lanner will showcase the NCA-1010 wireless IoT security appliance which was honored 2016 Taiwan Excellence Award. The award-winning NCA-1010 has demonstrated Lanner’s technological advantages in research, development and platform architectures. In fact, it is also the fourth consecutive year that Lanner has been honored for Taiwan Excellence Award. The awards acknowledge Lanners’ 30-year experience and expertise in network security fields as well as the leadership in the global market.
Today sees the release of Lanner’s FX-3230, a 2U rackmount network appliance built with Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family (Skylake-SP) and Intel C621/C627 chipset
The upcoming industrial revolution is anticipated to improve productivity, cost-efficiency and corporate competitiveness, made possible by connected sensors, IoT applications and the soon-to- released 5G networks to enable real time data connections from people, objects and contexts. Artificial intelligence (A.I) plays a critical role to collect and analyze massive volumes of digitized data to enable AI computing in visual inspection for smart factory, physical security for city safety, mobile edge computing for self-driving transits and adaptive streaming for video broadcasting.
Lanner (TAIEX 6245), the global leader in network computing appliances, today announced that Lanner was honored for “Taiwan Excellence 2018”. Lanner’s award-winning products this time include NCA-1611, HTCA-6200 and R6S Series. The award recognition also marked that the company has been awarded by Taiwan Excellence for the fourth consecutive year. The three products that Lanner was awarded with the Taiwan Excellence 2018 are:
The Hague, Netherlands - 9 October 2017 - Lanner, the world leader in providing customizable SDN and NFV network computing appliances, has partnered with 128 Technology to help customers overcome networking challenges through the 128T Networking Platform, an intelligent software router that transforms networks by making them simpler, smarter, and more secure
According to industrial estimates by Gartner, there will be more than 50% of enterprise edge networks replaced by SD-WAN infrastructures by 2020. The rapid rise of SD-WAN is driven by both economical and technological factors. In order to strive for competitiveness, enterprises are pursuing new networking infrastructures to save the costs on MPLS. On the other hand, the software-defined WAN technology, due to its virtual overlay nature, helps enterprise effectively handle load balancing, optimization and real-time visibility in WAN management with reduced costs and increased bandwidth.