For the wide spread adoptions of edge security gateways and virtual CPE, Lanner, a global leader in network appliance design and manufacturing, has added NCA-1210, a compact desktop network platform based on Intel Atom C2358/C2558 CPU (codenamed “Rangeley”), Intel QuickAssist Technology, four RJ-45 GbE LANs and four antenna holes.
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Lanner today announced the release of the LEC-2580, a high-performance box PC powered by Intel®'s 6th generation Core™ i7/i5/i3 CPU (codenamed Skylake).
Lanner x86 network appliances for small businesses consist of desktop and 1U short-depth rackmount appliances, featuring compact size, multi-core computing processors, crypto acceleration/LAN bypass technology. By unifying computing, networking, management, virtualization, and security capabilities in integrated hardware architecture, Lanner x86 network appliances work as edge gateway for applications such as firewall, vCPE/CPE, edge UTM, network monitoring, WAN optimization, wired and wireless management in retail, factory, SMB/distributed enterprises or other small area network environments.
Lanner today announced the launch of the LEC-7230-CT1, a fanless SFF industrial computer powered by the Intel® Celeron® J1900 (codenamed Bay Trail) processor, known for its significant improvement in performance and power-efficiency.
The increasing deployment of virtual CPE (Customer Premise Equipments) has driven the demand of desktop fanless platforms for branch office and retail environments. To provide hardware solutions for enterprises, Lanner launches its NCA-1011, an Intel Bay-Trail driven compact desktop appliance to expand its vCPE and edge security product lineup. NCA-1011 is packed with Intel Quad-core Celeron J1900 SoC CPU, five RJ-45 LAN ports, two USB 2.0 ports, one console port and one mini-PCIe slot for wireless network module.
The trend of smart and green buildings is currently one of the most discussed subjects in architecture fields. In fact, residential and commercial buildings in urban areas are found with enormous consumptions of utility. Therefore, smart energy and meter measurement are needed in order to monitor and control energy usages in urban buildings. In addition, certain degree of automation may be beneficial.
Lanner’s zero-noise network appliances are compact desktop gateways integrating fanless design and low power CPU for entry-level edge security including firewall, UTM, VPN, multi-service, SDN-based CPE and WAN optimization in SOHO and SME (Small and Medium Enterprises) environments. Our compact appliances are engineered with Intel x86 or RISC architectures to deliver the required performance while lowering power consumption, resulting in high cost-effectiveness. All three of NCA-1010, FW-7525 and MR-328 provide mini-PCIe and SATA/mSATA interfaces to provide wireless connectivity, data storage, or other expansion options. Due to its fanless nature, these gateways are noise-free, ideal in entry-level edge security settings.
While most have yet to grasp the concept of Industry 4.0, Lanner has long completed its Industry 4.0 product roadmap and is now introducing its intelligent manufacturing solutions for MES, machine automation and vision inspection, enabling early adoption and system testing for Lanner’s strategic partners in preparation for developing smart manufacturing controllers and for realizing the implementation of smart factories