Due to the rapid evolution of cyber attacks, large and small businesses and organizations across the network layers are exposed to extremely high risks of data security threats. Cyber security service providers need reliable, customizable and scalable hardware solutions that accelerate their time-to-market deployment for network security, crypto acceleration, traffic management and next-gen SDN/NFV.
According to recent analysis about ITS (Intelligent Transportation Systems Market Analysis 2016-2022), the market is expected to surpass USD $ 40 billion by 2022 due to the rising needs for safety and communications. In the report, Lanner, the leading supplier in networking gateways, was named as a key major player among a list of global suppliers including Hitachi, Siemens AG, Thales Group, Xerox Corporation, Kapsch Trafficom, Q Free, EFKON AG, Denso Corporation, and more*
Following the transition of network infrastructures from proprietary systems to open architecture, service providers show strong tendencies to build up their networking applications based on their specific environments. To accelerate the deployment process on network appliance, Lanner, the leading provider in network security gateway and appliance, today announced the integration of Broadcom OpenNSL (Open Network Switch Library) in its HTCA-6000 series. The highly integrated Lanner solutions will optimize serviceability for top-tier clients to accelerate customization and application developments.
With the introduction of IoT with multiple vertical networks within the core network infrastructure, Mobile Edge Computing defines a set of requirements to roll out new services. Ultimately, processing, storage, media processing and security functions are being migrated to the edge for mobile deployments. As the deployment is aiming towards the mobile network, form factor, processing and storage capabilities are the key elements.
The increasing number of intensive network applications in recent years has led to signs of limitations on current bandwidth and therefore, the 100GbE standard was introduced to significantly scale the bandwidth up. To address the demand for accelerated deployment, Lanner proudly introduced the first 100GbE Ethernet module, N2S-RRC01, to pass the IEEE Conformance Test in the market. This compatibility means the module is drop-in interoperable for deployment ease.