Communications service providers are looking at ways to lower their operating and capital expenses (OPEX/CAPEX) by delivering network services more efficiently. The disaggregation of hardware and software driven by network functions virtualization (NFV) enables them to deliver virtual network functions (VNFs) on small-footprint whitebox uCPE, rather than a mix of proprietary products.
Lanner’s ICS-P371 is designed to protect communication in both IT and OT domains. Powered by the Intel® AtomTM X6211E/X6413E/X6425E CPU (formerly Elkhart Lake) CPU for enhanced IoT platform and high processing performance, the next-generation industrial cybersecurity gateway ICS-P371 series possesses several key hardware features, including advanced LAN bypass technology, Chassis Intrusion Detection, and hardware security TPM 2.0 onboard.
The VP-200 is a fanless desktop network security platform with NXP Layerscape® LS1046A SoC, which provides low footprint setting for edge network computing applications, such as UTM, security gateway, uCPE for SD-WAN and Wireless controller.
Lanner’s IIoT-I300 is a fanless, ultra-compact edge computing appliance designed to be deployed in the dense equipment environments. the low-footprint IIoT-I300 features the Intel® Celeron® N3350/J3455 processor, codenamed Apollo Lake, with max 8GB DDR4 RAM, all embedded in a compact form factors (198 x 45.8 x 142 mm).
One of the key challenges of autonomous driving technology is to process large amount of data gathered from the sensors with ultra-low latency, which requires a reliable edge computing system to enhance the performance of perception and prediction algorithms.
Private 5G networks, defined as a network with dedicated bandwidth and infrastructure to meet business needs, provide enterprise a secure and dedicated bandwidth with improved data security, lower latency, high throughput, mission-critical reliability, and enable better connectivity to support increasing real-time data demands, IoT applications, and AI-powered services.