The rapid growth of Multi-access Networking Computing (MEC) simplifies the deployment of 5G network infrastructure and makes it easier to drive service agility to the edge cloud. By facilitating the virtualization of BNG, security, load balancing and SRv6 service chaining, the multi-tenant nature of MEC application server replaces the need to purchase dedicated equipment and instead, implements virtual machines (VM) to run the applications and functions.
At Intel Innovation 2022, Lanner joins forces with Intel and Noviflow to showcase the multi-node MEC edge server consolidated the 3rd gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors, Intel Tonfino Programmable Switch and Noviflow chassis management platform. By enabling segment routing over IPv6 (SRv6)/Sr-MPLS that provides security, packet processing fulfillment and load balancing, the MEC edge server reduces carrier network services cost by up to 90%, hardware footprint by 75%, and power consumption by as much as 66%.
Come visit Lanner Booth #815 at San Jose McEnery Convention Center from September 27 to 28.
Carrier-grade Edge Server Chassis for Open RAN / MEC
|CPU||Depending on compute sled|
|Chipset||Depending on compute sled|
1U 19” Rackmount Network Appliance With Intel Xeon® D-2700 Multi-core CPU (Codenamed Ice Lake D)
|CPU||Intel® Xeon® D2700 10~20 Cores|
IP67 Rugged 5G Edge Network Appliance
|CPU||Intel® Atom® C3000 (Denverton)|