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Bratislava, Slovakia and New Taipei City, Taiwan, May 11, 2021- Lanner Electronics, a leading uCPE Whitebox Solutions™ provider, today announced that the company has established a partnership with, a research & development software company focused on network technologies and software prototyping, to successfully validate StoneWork all-in-one Cloud Native Functions (CNF) solution on Lanner’s NCA-1515 uCPE Platforms.

Experience edge compute with Lanner’s partner, Losant and our newest

Application Template during the webinar on April 27, 2021 at 1:00 PM ET. This template demonstrates how to use Lanner gateways, which come with the Losant Edge Agent preinstalled, to read Modbus TCP data from your industrial controllers. See the template live in Losant's platform and get insight from Lanner's Americas Business Development Leader, loT Division, Ahmed Khalil and Losant CPO, Brandon Cannaday.

The content delivery network (CDN) was initially developed to deliver content with higher availability and performance. Content and systems are migrating from data centers to the cloud, creating new challenges for acceleration. 

NCA-6520 is a 2U 19” rackmount network security appliance featuring dual 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processor, higher throughputs, built-in crypto acceleration and exceptional NIC module expansion.

Lanner Electronics (TAIEX 6245), a global leader in Whitebox Solutions for uCPE/vCPE, today announced that its next-gen uCPE NCA-4025 has been verified as an Intel Select Solution for uCPE Infrastructure on CentOS. The NCA-4025 is integrated with high compute capability and state-of-the-art networking COTS platforms which is pre-configured with high level scalability, computing throughput, and virtualization. The integrated uCPE platform aims to simplifying the deployment process for today’s SDN/NFV ecosystem.

Reverse polarity protection is an internal circuit that ensures that the device is not damaged when power supply polarity is reversed. The reverse polarity protection circuit cuts off power to the sensitive electronic circuits in the transmitter or transducer.

With the development of new-generation technologies, such AI, edge computing, 5G, and network virtualization, enterprises require ever-higher signaling speeds without compromising security and flexibility. Contributing its expertise in network appliances, industrial computers, embedded computers, and more, Lanner has joined forces with the National Taiwan University’s (NTU) Department of Electrical Engineering to conduct academic research regarding high-speed signaling and wireless network security.