Open, Scalable DU/CU Servers for RAN Virtualization

Open RAN principles encourage the virtualization of DUs and CUs, allowing for more flexibility and vendor-agnostic solutions within the RAN, which enables more flexible and cost-effective network deployments. Lanner provides open and scalable server solutions are essential to realizing the benefits of RAN virtualization while maintaining network performance and reliability. Featuring front IO and short-chassis and wide operating temperature design, Lanner DU/CU servers are designed to operate in space-constraint environments, to enable mission-critical RAN applications for Private 5G networks.




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Disaggregated 5G Open RAN

Lanner collaborate with Radisys to create a high-performance, containerized-based 5G Open RAN solution with flexible deployment options for various industries. The cost-effective, fully disaggregated OpenRAN solution includes Lanner’s DU/CU servers ECA-4027 and ECA-5540 and Radisys’ Open RAN Software, delivering secure, real-time communication for enabling low-latency services for mission-critical applications.

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Private 5G for Manufacturing

Private 5G networks provide low-latency, high-speed connections, ensuring smooth and uninterrupted communication between AR devices and control center. The combination of Lanner’s Open RAN appliances helps service providers to quickly deploy 5G private networks that increase efficiency, reduce costs, and improve safety, while also enhancing the reliability and security of their communication networks.

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Intel vRAN Boost


Inline Accelerators


IEEE-1588 Time Sync


Intel vRAN Boost is a software-based solution that accelerates the processing of network traffic in vRANs, enabling 5G core networks to work harder and smarter at achieving a balance between critical business and customer requirements for power efficiency, performance, increased throughput, and reduced latency.
In-line accelerator is designed to offload the CPU loading with improved performance and power efficiency. According to the latest benchmark testing, in-line acceleration card can achieve 44% CPU computing resources with 17% less energy, making it an ideal platform to enable Kubernetes-containerized 5G RAN applications.
The IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) is a standard for synchronizing clocks in a network. PTP is used to achieve high-precision time synchronization between devices in distributed systems, such as industrial automation, telecommunications, and financial trading systems.



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