Nowadays, network operators have faced unprecedented challenges from the growth in data traffic and the increased service demands. To expand their bandwidth in the competitive environment without a great extent of additional CAPEX and OPEX, the next-gen telecom infrastructure is anticipated to evolve into a carrier-grade, hyper-converged network platform, offering faster, more agile and more reliable mission-critical applications.
The NCA-5220, a 1U rackmount network appliance designed for network traffic security, cloud computing and data centers, now supports AMI TruE™ Platform Security Solution, a data center security solution enhanced with Intel® Security Technologies and Intel® Security Libraries for Data Centers, therefore delivering a true trusted environment for cloud execution.
Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is an emerging cybersecurity architecture that was introduced by Gartner. SASE brings together the functions of networking and security into a cohesive, cloud-based service that empowers IT departments to provide an all-inclusive, agile, and versatile service to branch office and remote workforce. SASE converges SD-WAN architecture with multiple network security functions, and thus forms a unified, globally distributed network topology, particularly beneficial for enterprises with multiple locations.
2020 is a tough year for everyone. The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way live. The new normal has led to the security and service latency issue due to remote working and learning. To meet the increasing demands from network service agility, there is an accelerating trend of deploying AI, security and cloud computing capabilities close to the network edge, which not only minimizes the communication latency due to proximity to users and devices, but also offers load-balancing and bandwidth optimization.
Taipei, Taiwan — Jan 6, 2021 -- Lanner Electronics (TAIEX 6245), a global leader in uCPE/vCPE network appliances and Whitebox Solutions™, today announced the company will deliver its next-generation network appliance NCA-6210 with Canonical Ubuntu, verified as an Intel Select Solution for NFVI v2. Lanner worked with Intel to integrate the NCA-6210 with pre-configured hardware and software optimal for NFVI deployments, and will help service providers to accelerate the process of researching and deploying the virtualization-optimized network solutions required for future service applications.
Today sees the release of the NCA-1516, a desktop network appliance powered by Intel® Atom® C3000 (codenamed Denverton) CPU.
The NCA-1516 is both 5G and Wifi6 ready, its performance is supercharged with Intel’s QuickAssist Technology and Intel® AES-NI, offering cryptographic acceleration and commercial-grade LAN functions in a 231mm x 200mm x 44mm (WxDxH) form factor.
Lanner today announced the release of the NCA-4025, a rackmount network appliance powered by Intel® Xeon® D-2100 multi-core processor (Codenamed Skylake-D).
The NCA-4025 is designed not only to help communication service providers (CommSPs) reduce complexity required by hardware and software integration, but also to accelerate time-to-market deployment of SD-WAN, SD-Security and other SDN/NFV applications.