In order to provide access to data on any device at locations such as stadiums, shopping centers and medium-sized branch offices as well as campuses, content providers and telecom companies are required to build their information superhighways on both wired and wireless networks that deliver enterprise-scale capacity, stringent performance and reliability.

Benefits of Wired-to-Wireless LAN Solution

1. Centralized Traffic Management

A unified wired-to-wireless LAN eliminates fragmentation resulted from using individual point products, such fragmentation makes it difficult to manage the network in its entirety. In this unified architecture, network edge devices can be deployed almost instantly and centralized management can be streamlined across any number of distributed locations. More specifically, a unified wired-to-wireless LAN brings with it a system-wide approach that enables centralized traffic management, from a single location, for rogue activity detection, policy enforcement, and other security mechanisms.

2. Improved Network Simplicity and Agility

With context-aware traffic control for location, role or application access, service providers can realize differentiated services, making effective resource management possible

3. Value-add Wireless LAN infrastructure

Not only does the wired-to-wireless networking provide indoor and outdoor connectivity for open areas, independent application developers can also design their own industry specific applications to engage end users in business offerings and services. For example in a shopping center, a program that utilizes big data analytics can help strengthen customer-business relationships by way of pushing real-time, interest-based offers to customers’ personal devices, potentially monetizing on such customized “advertising” for their products/services.

Recommended Lanner Network Appliances for Wired and Wireless Management

Lanner provides unified wired-to-wireless LAN appliance with one consolidated platform for integrating both Ethernet switches and wireless controllers.


NCA-4010

x86 Rackmount Network Appliance with Intel Xeon® D-1500 Processor (Codenamed Broadwell-DE)

CPU Onboard Intel Xeon D-1548 or D-1518 Processor (Broadwell-DE)
Chipset SoC

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NCA-4210

1U x86 Rackmount Network Appliance Powered by Intel's 7th Gen Core Processors

CPU Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3 or Pentium® or Celeron® (Skylake/Kaby Lake)
Chipset Intel® H110 or C236

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UP-2010

1U Rackmount Network Appliance with High-port Density

CPU Intel® Atom™ C2758 (4M Cache, 2.40 GHz)
Chipset None

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