Taipei, Taiwan — November 10, 2020 — Lanner Electronics (TAIEX 6245), a global leader in SDN/NFV network appliances, today announced that it has been recognized as a 2020-2021 Leaders Board Partner at the Intel® Network Builders Winners’ Circle Awards. The distinction is the top honor at the awards and recognizes contributions in accelerating the development of and transformation towards 5G, uCPE SD-WAN and MEC.
“This honor reflects our long-term collaboration with Intel and the Intel Network Builders program and we are proud to be recognized as a Leaders Board Partner. Particularly, we are proud of our commitment to Intel Select Solutions for uCPE and Video Cloud program, which is bringing real value to our ecosystem customers in terms of a pre-integrated and validated solution,” said Jeans Tseng, GM of Telecommunication Application Business Unit, Lanner. “Our whitebox hardware solutions NCA Series appliances, when integrated with Intel’s performance-optimized processors, is optimized for demanding SD-WAN or uCPE and MEC applications.”
Lanner is recognized for commercial delivery of virtualized or cloud-ready applications based on Intel® architecture, edge applications, or 5G integrated solutions with commercial products. The open and cloud-native NCA-Series appliances by Lanner also offer a platform for innovation at the edge, enabling adoption of advanced 5G, uCPE SD-WAN, NFV and MEC applications.
About Lanner Electronics Inc.
Lanner Electronics Inc (TAIEX 6245) is a world leading provider of design, engineering and manufacturing services for advanced and customizable SDN and NFV network computing appliances for system integrators, service providers and application developers. Lanner possesses a wide range of network appliances including uCPE gateways designed for SD-WAN and SD-Security, as well as NEBS-compliant, NFVi-ready platforms with multiple processors, network I/O blades, and high availability features. www.lannerinc.com
About Intel Network Builders
Intel Network Builders is an ecosystem of independent software vendors, operating system vendors, original equipment manufacturers, telecom equipment manufacturers, system integrators, and communications service providers coming together to accelerate the adoption of NFV- and SDN-based solutions in telecommunications networks and public, private enterprise, and hybrid clouds.