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The rapid growth of Multi-access Networking Computing (MEC) simplifies the deployment of 5G network infrastructure and makes it easier to drive service agility to the edge cloud. By facilitating the virtualization of BNG, security, load balancing and SRv6 service chaining, the multi-tenant nature of MEC application server replaces the need to purchase dedicated equipment and instead, implements virtual machines (VM) to run the applications and functions.

Today’s intelligent transportation is evolving with AI-based edge computing technology to enable a smart, secure and efficient method of mobility for everyday life. As a leading hardware solution provider, Lanner provides full range of rugged compute platforms designed for edge AI computing and communication in smart transportation applications, such as traffic monitoring, autonomous driving, cellular bonding and cybersecurity for connected vehicle.

The rapid growth of 5G distributed cloud drives service agility to the edge, as the disaggregation of telco infrastructure facilitates the virtualization of security, load balancing, CGNAT, BNG and SRv6 service chaining. Through multi-vendor compatibility, pre-validated Edge Servers provide automation, dynamic scalability and assisted with low-latency, improved performance and speed of emerging 5G technology.

Where some 5G networks may be built from the ground up, most carriers will transition from 3G/4G networks to the new technologies by adding on to their existing networks rather than starting from scratch. One component for doing this is SRv6 Segment Routing, providing both a flexible and scalable method of source routing. SRv6 Service Engine simplifies the deployment of 5G network infrastructure and makes it easier to scale and move services to the network edge by delivering Segment Routing over IPv6.

With the increasing acceleration in the network disaggregation in 5G networks, MEC and Open RAN have become critical in the deployment of virtualized network functions at the radio edge networks. At Interop 22, Lanner will be showcasing its latest network hardware solutions designed for MEC, Open RAN and SD-WAN. Come visit our Booth #5Y21, from June 15~17th, 2022.

As enterprises migrate their services to the cloud to improve efficiency, digitalization transformation creates new cyber vulnerabilities from edge to cloud networks. To build a scalable, consolidated network security architecture that integrates flexibility in security measures and simplicity in management, at RSA 2022 Lanner provides a complete range of network security appliances deployed in distributed enterprises and branches, industrial network edge and telecom infrastructure.

5G is anticipated to unlock the new business models that will enable operators to create new revenue streams, made possible by virtualizing the edge so that diverse networking and service delivery models can be available. Recently successful applications include consolidated branch networking via uCPE/SD-WAN, Open RAN via pole-mountable network appliance and edge cloud computing via MEC Server. To drive the 5G edge network computing and accelerate time-to-market, Lanner will join the Big 5G 2022 to showcase its latest network appliances designed for uCPE/SD-WAN and Open RAN. Drop by and visit Lanner booth at #109 at Austin, USA from May 16 to May 18.

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