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Lanner, the global leading manufacturer in networking hardware, is pleased to showcase its award-winning networking platforms at MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2018, in Barcelona, Spain, from 26 February to 1st March. Lanner will feature NCA-1611 and FW-8896, the two awarded networking hardware solutions which were honored 2018/2017 Taiwan Excellence Award, an annual award announced by the government to acknowledge and value the innovation, R&D design and quality of newly launched products by Taiwanese companies. Please come visit Taiwan Excellence Pavilion at #7G50 to check out Lanner award-winning SDN/NFV hardware solutions during MWC 2018.
With years of experience through custom vehicle hardware services for our clients in Europe, North America and Asia, Lanner has dedicated itself in supplying the all-in-one, rugged in-vehicle and railway computers deployed in various transit bus, fleet truck and rolling stock settings. These rugged computers are specifically designed as vehicle gateways for fleet management, in-vehicle NVR for mobile surveillance and railway PCs for train passenger information, rail control and monitoring.
With the advanced network virtualization technologies like SDN and NFV, service providers and carriers benefit from the time-to-market flexibility and the service agility while reducing TCOs. However, the roll-out of new SDN/NFV services through VNF involves comprehensive validation and integration, which could impact the lead-time schedule or miss potential opportunities.
F.A.S.T. solutions are purpose-built modular kits developed for enhancing Lanner’s network computing appliances. These multi-functional modular kits come in the N2S, the N3S or the NCS2 form factor and aim to deliver flexibility, adaptability, scalability and transformability for all compatible appliances’ connectivity, storage and open compute capabilities.
Upon the joyful holiday seasons, we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratefulness for your continued business. As your trusted partners for the past 31 years, Lanner has always been dedicated to offering quality, wide-selection of hardware platforms to accelerate your time-to-market solutions.
Lanner Electronics, Inc. (TAIEX 6245), a global leader in NFVi-ready hardware solutions, today announced that our HTCA-6000 series network appliances have been successfully ported onto Open Network Linux (ONL) and Open Network Install Environment (ONIE), projects of OCP (Open Compute Project). The successful porting indicates that the switch blades built in HTCA-6000 lineup can support ONIE bootloader and ONL network operating system. In other words, HTCA-6000 series have been validated as OCP compatible.
Montreal, Canada – December 5, 2017 – Accedian, the global end-to-end network performance assurance experts, today announced that it has partnered with Lanner Electronics Inc., to integrate its fully virtualized SkyLIGHT™ performance assurance platform into Lanner’s x86 network platform. The combined solution will bring performance assurance and visibility to Lanner’s service provider customers deploying its platforms for universal customer premises equipment (uCPE) applications.
New Taipei City, Taiwan (Nov. 14, 2017) – Lanner Electronics, Inc. (TAIEX 6245), a global leader in NFVi-ready hardware solutions, today announced that its award-winning NFVi-ready appliance HTCA-6200 is now validated with the Wind River® Titanium Cloud™ portfolio of virtualization software platforms, offering the high-performance telco hardware and software platform demanded by carrier-grade NFV applications. Through its comprehensive validation and pre-integration of industry-leading Wind River Titanium Cloud technologies, the Lanner platform is able to deliver carrier-grade readiness for VNF applications deployed at edge/cloud data centers, which helps accelerate time-to-market for service providers and telecom equipment manufacturers (TEMs).
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.