On-premise Platforms Enable Cloud Computing Capabilities at the Edge

The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we work and live. The new normal has led to the latency issue due to the latency issue due to flooded network traffic. To meet the bandwidth demands from increasing uses of network services, there is an accelerating trend of deploying cloud computing capabilities to the network edge, which not only minimizes the communication latency due to proximity to users and devices, but also offer load-balancing and bandwidth optimization at the edge.

With these advantages of low-latency communications and load balancing, edge computing has become a fundamental architecture of 5G service deployments in various applications, such as AIoT, retail networking, smart agriculture and connected transportation.

Lanner has dedicated itself in supplying millions of state-of-the-art edge computing platforms to perform compute, connectivity and storage of the data generated within proximity of sensors and devices. Consolidated the latest technologies in x86 computing, versatile I/Os, and LTE/5G connectivity, Lanner tailor-made network platforms have met various specifications and standards required by the mainstream intelligent edge verticals and helped accelerate time-to-market of SD-WAN, edge cloud and Industrial IoT solutions.


Consolidated MEC Platform for Edge Cloud Virtualization

Integrated with multi-node compute, SDN control and forwarding and scalable storage, Lanner MEC server HTCA-6600 eliminates purpose-built appliances by integrating multiple network functions into an easy to manage and deployable solution, enhance application performance and reduce processing costs at the edge.


Rural Edge Computing

Lanner Electronics Partners with Trilogy Networks to bring data collection, compute and transport at the edge network of rural areas and dramatically reduce communication latency and CAPEX/OPEX required for the 5G workload-intensive data processing and analytics.