August 6, 2020 – With 5G technologies driving the advancement of low-latency and high-capacity network applications, the development of decentralized MEC (Multi-access Edge Computing or Mobile Edge Computing) has become a future trend. Striving to optimize the utilization of sizable edge computing resources, meanwhile addressing the more dispersed and stringent deployment environment, Lanner and Taiwan National Chiao-Tung University (NCTU) joint-handedly, announced the research outcomes of "High scalable multi-access edge computing structure" and "Next-gen Fanless Cooling System" projects. Five years ago, Lanner established its Telecommunications Department, dedicated to research and development on SD-WAN/5G relevant edge computing applications. Through the industry-academia-research collaboration with NCTU, Lanner has become the network appliance supplier to Verizon's uCPE 2.0 platform in 2019 and continues to enhance R&D competencies in edge computing technologies in order to stay both in line with international norms and on top of the latest 5G specifications.
Lanner today introduced a power management feature designed for Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) modules.It is built upon the POEIG802 architecture and offers both power management flexibilities and P2P software support.More specifically, this advanced PoE power management tool delivers the following enhancements not found in other run-of-the-mill PoE modules:
The COVID-19 pandemic has drastically changed the way we work and live. The new normal has led to the latency issue due to flooded network traffic. To meet the bandwidth demands from increasing uses of network services, there is an accelerating trend of deploying cloud computing capabilities to the network edge, which not only minimizes the communication latency due to proximity to users and devices, but also offers load-balancing and bandwidth optimization at the edge.
Today sees the release of Lanner’s NCA-2513, a 1U 19” rackmount network appliance built with Intel® Atom™ C3000 CPU (codenamed Denverton-R). The R stands for Refresh as these refresh processors offer higher base frequency combined with a higher TDP.
Managing a distributed fleet with hundreds to thousands of vehicles remotely can get overwhelming. By deploying the LTE-ready vehicle PC on the trucks, fleet managers can rely on telematics technologies to digitalize in-vehicle tasks and remotely monitor those distributed trucks and buses with a consolidated fleet management solution. The V6S enables on-board fleet management solution that includes monitoring, navigation, tracking, communication, and data logging to a remote control center.
Taipei, Taiwan July 1, 2020, Lanner Electronics, the world’s leading provider for Network Appliances, today announces the availability of hardware-based cloud security solution – Intel® Security Libraries (Intel® SecL – DC) in Lanner’s flagship network appliances. The integration of the rooted-in-silicon security technologies in hardware platform not only enables a hardware root of trust with unparalleled level of protections to workloads in the cloud, but also provides flexibility to develop customized security solutions with the pre-validated API libraries and plugins.
23 June 2020, New York, USA, Prodapt, a leading consulting, technology, and network services provider to the Digital Service Providers (DSPs), today announced a partnership with Lanner Electronics, the industry-leading provider of scalable and customizable edge computing platforms. The partnership will offer DSPs and enterprises pre-integrated synergetic solutions in the areas of 5G, multi-access edge computing (MEC), universal CPEs (uCPE), managed SD-WAN services.