Taipei, Taiwan – Aug 1st, 2017 –Lanner Electronics, Inc (TAIEX 6245), a global leader in SDN/NFV ready hardware solutions, is partnering with Brain4Net, an innovative SDN/NFV solution vendor and ONF member, to launch ONF-certified network appliances, optimized by B4N SwitchOS. The network appliances by Lanner in this collaboration has successfully completed the certification process under OpenFlow Conformance Testing Program at the University of New Hampshire InterOperability Laboratory (UNH-IOL), and received the OpenFlow Version 1.3.4 Switch Conformance Test Report. Lanner’s participating x86-based appliances FW-8894 and NCA-5510, along with B4N SwitchOS have become the world’s first* OpenFlow switches that have passed extensive rounds of testing and able to guarantee the highest level of product conformance with OpenFlow specifications as well as the ecosystem-readiness deployment.
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Enhanced security operations such as physical security and surveillance analytics are required by almost all industries. Such security measures provide real-time intelligence for live HD video detection of security events and are instrumental not only in safeguarding business intelligence but also in facilitating efficient workforce management and optimizing operational decisions.
To establish a carrier-grade NFV infrastructure, the total integration of hardware and software is necessary in order to have a well-built virtual network environment for VNF deployments. Hardware wise, the platform shall accommodate high CPU core counts, high-throughput, carrier-grade reliability and scalability to be NFVi-ready.
The Lanner NCA-6210, a 2U x86 rackmount network appliance built with the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor platform and C621/C627 chipset , features powerful networking processing capability, higher throughput for virtualization applications, up to 640GB DDR4 2666MHz REG DIMM and the support for 1.5x memory bandwidth as previous generation Intel® Xeon® processor based server platforms.
Today sees the addition of the NCA-1611 to Lanner’s NCA Series network appliances. The NCA Series appliances are an extension of Lanner’s exceptionally successful FW Series, these Network Communication Appliances (NCA) are powered by the latest Intel CPU/chipset and are optimized for next-gen virtual network functions such as SD-WAN, SD-Security and mobile edge computing.
Efficient, safe and secure transportation networks are the foundation of all modern cities’ development and substantiality. The most sought-after intelligent solutions refers to the deployment of mobile computing and connectivity in every part of an inter-connected transportation system; such deployment enables in-vehicle control, GPS monitoring, video surveillance and infotainment in bus, truck and train environment, not only improving security for passengers and cargos, but also enhancing service flexibility and optimizing fleet efficiency.
Los Angeles, California – June 22th 2017— Lanner, leading provider of design, engineering and manufacturing services for advanced network appliances and rugged applied computing platforms, today announced that it is an a la carte level sponsor at GENBAND™ Perspectives17 Annual Customer and Partner Summit, held July 16 - 20, 2017 at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE. Perspectives17 brings together the brightest minds in the communications, software, service provider, channel partner and enterprise communities to share the latest trends, issues and opportunities affecting the communications landscape.
With the complexities of cyber attacks such as DDoS and ransonware, network security solution providers need a reliable hardware partner that understands the specialized requirement for network security landscape and offers wide selection of network appliances specifically built to mitigate cyber threats in SMB, branch office, enterprise and cloud data centers.
Today sees the release of Lanner’s FX-3810, a 3U rackmount network appliance built with Intel® Xeon® processor, featuring Open Compute capability.
SD-WAN optimization adds app-layer intelligence and service chaining in WAN connections between branch offices and headquarters/data centers and enables a service agility and scalability for on-demand network functions. It requires full-featured hardware and software collaboration to accelerating the SD-WAN time-to-market deployment for service providers. At Interop Tokyo 2017, Lanner will work together with NTT and IIGA to showcase the open networking SD-WAN solution featuring the Lanner’s branch office vCPE gateway FW-7551, enterprise cloud platform HTCA-6200 and the DPDK-enabled SDN/NFV middleware Lagopus and IIGA’s Flow Visualizer.