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The rapid growth of Open RAN has enabled numerous innovations in the space of radio access network, which drives 5G service agility to the edge cloud as the disaggregation of RAN facilitates the virtualization of BNG, security, load balancing and SRv6 Service Chaining. Through multi-vendor compatibility, pre-validated Open RAN platform provides automation, dynamic scalability and assisted with low-latency, improved performance and speed of emerging 5G technology. 

July 12, 2022, New Taipei City, Taiwan and Paris, France, Lanner Electronics, a leading uCPE Whitebox Solutions™ provider, today announced that the company has established a partnership with 6WIND, a high-performance networking software company, to provide a full range of whitebox uCPE solutions pre-validated with 6WIND’s Virtual Service Router (VSR) solutions, offering scalable virtualized routing and security at the edge.

The key concepts of Open RAN are to improve competition, network flexibility and costs by accelerating innovation and commercialization through disaggregation, providing communication service providers and mobile network suppliers with multi-vendor interoperable products and solutions tailored for the operators’ network requirements and verified for different deployment scenarios. The potential benefits include supply chain diversity, solution flexibility, and new capabilities to get new features to market faster, and through deployment of OpenRAN whitebox Distributed Unit (DU), enables operators the flexibility to extend 5G to more users in a secure, cost-effective, and energy-efficient way. 

At Embedded World Conference 2022, Embedded Computing Design has chosen Lanner’s best efficient AI Acceleration Card, the Falcon H8, as one of the winners singled out for “Best in Show” in the AI & Machine Learning category. Lanner's Falcon H8 modular, PCIe FHHL form factor provides a compact and easily deployable solution for engineers looking to offload CPU loading for low-latency deep learning inference.

Digitalization transformation creates new cyber vulnerabilities from edge to cloud networks. Enterprises migrate their security and applications to the cloud, while industries deploy billions of IoT devices and internet service providers virtualize their network services at the edge.

Lanner today announced the release of the ECA-4027, a wide temperature short depth 1U Open RAN/MEC Appliance with IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol. ECA-4027 is powered by 12 or 16 cores Intel® Xeon® D-2100 series processor (codenamed Skylake-D), and is most suitable for 5G Open RAN DU, Edge Cloud, and AI edge-focused applications with extensive configuration options.

Today sees the release of Lanner’s NCA-2520 and NCA-2522, 1U rackmount multi-core x86 network appliances powered by Intel® Atom P5300 CPU, codenamed Snow Ridge NS.

Both platforms are based on Intel Atom P5362/P5352/P5342/P5332/P5322 CPUs, offering up to 24 cores of processing prowess. In addition to having a high core count, the NCA-2522 in particular also features 300W 1+1 AC/DC redundant CRPS PSU, while both appliances deliver ample networking capabilities by way of 8x GbE RJ45, 4x 10G SFP+ and another 4x 10G SFP+ via KR signal (by project).

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