Lanner Electronics Inc., a global leader in design and manufacturing network appliances and intelligent edge computing platforms, today launched R3S series, the rugged, EN-50155 certified fanless vehicle/rail computer. Powered by Intel® Atom™ x7-E3950 Processor (formerly Apollo Lake) and Intel HD Graphics 505 processor, R3S series offers power-efficient performance for consolidating the in-vehicle workloads such as video surveillance, control/monitoring, passenger information, and Wi-Fi hotspot sharing.
Today’s solutions are simply not smart and powerful enough to protect your company from outages and threats. Lanner partners with Roqos, an SD-WAN and Internet security company, to offer whitebox uCPE platforms that provide cybersecurity, employee controls, VPN, always-on and easy to manage networking.
Scalable network security service is in high demand as it offers businesses of all sizes not only the most cost-effective approach to satisfy a scalable cyber security demands but also the least time-consuming deployment and automated management capabilities.
Design and customize your appliances for today’s dynamic network environments, Lanner F.A.S.T. network modules aims to deliver Flexibility, Adaptability, Scalability and Transformability for Lanner network appliances. Choose from a wide selection of swappable NIC module, including 20+ Ethernet network modules for RJ-45/SFP/bypass at speed from 10GbE to 100GbE, as well as LTE/Wi-Fi wireless connectivity and AI/video transcoding expansion modules. These multi-functional modular kits unleash the scalability and flexibility for your network appliances.
Lanner today announced the release of the N2S-MHM202A, a NIC module powered by Mellanox (now NVIDIA Networking) ConnectX®-5 EN.
The road to 5G and IoT is very much a “race-to-zero” competition, one that demands zero latency and zero compromise when it comes to network performance. Such demand, however, can not be achieved by software alone; latency elimination and packet rates optimization must also be handled by hardware implementations.
The Verizon-certified Lanner-ADVA joint solution is ready to operate on a wireless network and provide their customers access to a wide variety of uCPE use cases.
Fremont CA, USA, July 29th, 2020. Lanner Electronics, the leading Whitebox Solutions™ provider, today announces that it has certified NCA-1515/L-1515 with ADVA Ensemble Connector on Verizon Wireless, one of the world’s largest and most advanced networks. Certification to Verizon's Open Development Device Initiative (ODI) enables a product to connect to the Verizon Wireless network. Lanner has previously obtained Verizon ODI certification on the NCA-1515/L-1515 generic x86 platform. Lanner has since worked closely with Verizon to enhance the certification benefits by adding sub-certifications, including application software. This extra certification ensures seamless operation of the entire white box solution on Verizon’s network. Lanner hosts this program and performs the testing with their eco-system partners like ADVA.
Lanner today announced the launch of the NCA-4112, a 1U 19” rackmount network appliance designed for networking, virtualization and carrier-grade service assurance applications.
The NCA-4112’s computing prowess is made possible by AMD’s EPYC 3000 Series processor capable of delivering up to 8 cores of exceptional performance. It is armed with up to 128 GB of system memory, 8x GbE RJ45 ports, 2x 10G SFP+ ports (by SKU) and a NIC module slot for adding another 8 Ethernet ports for even higher bandwidths, making the NCA-4112 the ideal platform for networking and virtualization applications with enhanced performance at mid-level ownership cost.