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The rapid growth of Multi-access Networking Computing (MEC) has enabled numerous innovations in the space of 5G networks, which drives service agility to the edge cloud as the disaggregation of CORD facilitates the virtualization of BNG, security, load balancing and SRv6 Service Chaining. Through multi-vendor compatibility, pre-validated MEC platforms provide dynamic scalability and low-latency communications and assisted with high performance AI computing.

Today sees the release of Lanner’s NCA-5230, a network appliance powered by the Intel® Xeon®/i9/i7/i5/i3/Pentium/Celeron CPU (Codenamed Comet Lake S). This platform is positioned as a next-gen firewall, UTM and IDS/IDP gateway ideal for countering the complexities and sophistications found in most of today’s DDoS and ransomware attacks.

Operating on the cloud has many benefits for companies and organizations including increased efficiency in operations and management, better support and access for distributed workforce, flexible scalability, and reduced costs. Even as many enterprises begin adopting cloud computing processes, there are migration challenges including network reliability, security, and availability concerns. In order to avoid security weak points or downtime, there must have built-in redundancy and availability in the most critical components. Enterprises need to build a strategy that encompasses all the needs of their organization and one that can deliver safe, reliable, and seamless cloud access.

In 2021, we have witnessed people adapt themselves to live with the pandemic and its new variants, from embracing the new technologies to ensure security and visibility for remote workforces, to renovating our communications infrastructure with disaggregated networking technologies and distributed edge AI computing. Here are our thoughts on the trends that has transformed our life after the pandemic.

Lanner today announced the release of the N2S-MHM203, a NIC module powered by Mellanox (now NVIDIA Networking) ConnectX®-6.

The introduction of the N2S-MHM203 is to fulfill the demand for zero-latency and zero-compromise network performance as such demand can not be fulfilled by software alone because latency elimination and packet rates optimization must also be handled by hardware implementations. 

With the increasing data acquisition devices deployed at the edge networks, it is required to create a reliable, wired and wireless communication environment that extends the power of edge computing to remote areas, moving vehicles, distributed branches and edge data centers. Edge connectivity platforms have proven to be the answer in addressing the performance and connectivity bottlenecks toward applications requiring high degree of computing and wireless communication.


New Taipei City, Taiwan — Dec., 14, 2021 — Lanner Electronics Inc., a global leader in manufacturing and supplying network appliances and rugged applied computing platforms, has unveiled an advanced, rugged, fan-less in-vehicle gateway -- ISD-V330, with rich I/O functionality and multi-WAN connectivity. ISD-V330 is low power and delivers high performance for vehicle computing needs, making it suitable for vehicle controls, fleet monitoring and management, and vehicle infotainment and dispatching systems.

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