Product Insight


The NCA-6520, powered by the 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor (Codenamed Ice Lake SP) and the Intel® C627A chipset, supports up to 1536GB of system memory and 8 NIC module slots for almost any networking interface and I/O configuration. Other notable features include 850W 1+1 ATX redundant power supply, 2x PCI-E *16, three M.2 and four individual hot-swappable smart fans.

Lanner’s NCA-6110, designed for application delivery, mobile edge computing, WAN optimization, DPI/IPS/IDS, NFV/SDN and NGFW/UTM, is refreshed with support for AMD's 2nd generation EPYC CPUs, codenamed Rome. This processor refresh retains all of NCA-6110’s other outstanding features.

Design and customize your appliances for today’s dynamic network environments with the all-new F.A.S.T. Solutions. These Flexible, Adaptable, Scalable and Transformable multi-purpose solutions are compatible with Lanner appliances and are developed for unleashing, expanding and accelerating networking appliances’ connectivity, storage, video ranscoding and Open Compute capabilities.

The NCA-1516, a desktop network appliance powered by Intel® Atom® C3000, is capable of both mmWave 5G, Sub-6GHz 5G and its WIfi6 is both 2.4G and 5G compatible. Hardware performance is supercharged with Intel’s QuickAssist Technology and  Intel® AES-NI. The NCA-1516 is equipped with ample network communication features and configurations for vCPE/uCPE and Edge security.

Lanner NCA-4025 is a rackmount network appliance powered by Intel® Xeon® D-2100 multi-core processor (Codenamed Skylake-D).

FX-3420 offers a secure, high-performance, and high storage density in just 2RU of space for next-gen Lanner HCI appliances.

The NCA-1515, a desktop whitebox platform powered by Intel® Atom® C3000 (codenamed Denverton) CPU, can be fitted with up to six antennas for enhanced 4G/LTE/Wifi connectivity, not only making device deployment at remote offices and distributed locations possible but also enabling SD-WAN portals capable of delivering add-on VNF services such as VoIP, VPN, firewall and QoE.

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