The carrier Multi-access Edge Cloud (MEC) market continues to rapidly flourish, with IDC forecasting growth to $16 billion by 2025. As telco MEC deployments increase, various enterprise verticals are also viewing MEC as a viable option as it has become critical for mobile network operators to transform and monetize a 5G carrier network infrastructure and drive new revenue streams beyond connectivity.

Rapidly Increase MEC Deployments

The carrier Multi-access Edge Cloud (MEC) market continues to rapidly flourish, with IDC forecasting growth to $16 billion by 2025. As telco MEC deployments increase, various enterprise verticals are also viewing MEC as a viable option as it has become critical for mobile network operators to transform and monetize a 5G carrier network infrastructure and drive new revenue streams beyond connectivity.

Lanner Next-Generation MEC Solutions for Edge Infrastructure

Major drivers of MEC deployments and investment are acceleration in mobile edge cloud ecosystem development, edge capabilities upgrade by cable MSOs, and cloud service providers partnering with communications service providers to host network edge workloads and provide MEC solutions for enterprises.

Recognizing this emerging trend, Lanner provides state-of-the-art, MEC purpose-built hardware solutions for carrier and enterprise markets. The ECA-series Edge Appliance and HTCA-E-series Hyper-converged MEC servers are especially designed for 5G/MEC vertical deployment.

  • Short-Depth Chassis and Front-Access I/O

 

  • PCIe Expansion for FPGA/GPU

 

  • Support IEEE 1588v2 PTP

 

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ECA-4027

Short Depth Chassis Edge Computing Appliance with Intel Xeon® D-2100 Multi-core Processor (Codenamed Skylake-DE)

CPU Intel® Xeon® D2100 12/16 Cores
Chipset N/A

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HTCA-E400

Carrier-grade Edge Server Chassis for Open RAN / MEC

CPU Depending on compute sled
Chipset Depending on compute sled

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