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The most stringent network security is demanded by SMEs, telecom data centers, machine to machine communications and small office/home office (SOHO) networks.

Read the following success stories to find out how Lanner's products and technologies are meeting and transforming the increasing demand for more sophisticated network and telecommunications security hardware designed for bandwidth management, IDP/IPS, load balancing, content delivery, firewall, SSL VPN, UTM and network access control.

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Optimizing OTT Serviceability with Intelligent Video Transcoding Platform

The growth of OTT (Over-the-Top) has greatly impacted the ecosystem of TV broadcasting ecosystem, due to the diversified demands of multi-screen video content consumption, wide use of mobile viewing gadgets and changes in CDN (content delivery network). Since the beginning of the digitalization era, OTT has become the mainstream service that broadcasting operators all over the world are striving to provide to their subscribers. Therefore, they realize that the success of OTT lies in the encoding, decoding and transcoding capability in order to support multi-format viewing on various devices.


Enabling On-demand SD Security Services for Branches and SMEs

As pointed out by Gartner report in 2016, more than 30% of advanced cyber threats, such as DDoS, data breach, and ransomware, will aim at the most vulnerable edge networks of SME or remote business branches, where IT managements are more concerned with budget, service flexibility and manageability. To build up sustainable measures against latest emerging cyber threats, they need a flexible, on-demand, and software-defined security to achieve total zone defense for their networks. With the trends of NFV and vCPE network virtualization infrastructures, SMEs and branch offices shall employ x86 open compute vCPE platforms and SD-Security to simplify their edge security operations and deliver service agility while maintaining OPEX efficiency and elasticity.


Optimized NFVI-ready Network Platform for Carrier-grade Virtual Network Security

Network Function Virtualization (NFV) is a new network architecture concept that uses IT virtualization technologies to decouple network functions, such as router, firewall, network address transition (NAT), and domain name service (DNS), from proprietary hardware appliances so that they can run as software on general purpose network platform. NFV aims to help telecom service providers obtain operation agility, OPEX efficiency and scale-on-demand network services.


Accelerate High Volume Video Delivery with hardware-based HEVC Technology

Nowadays, no matter the average people or enterprises, or even governmental organizations, there is a rising dependence on digital multimedia for purposes including marketing, entertainment, campaigns and information. According to researches, the average of digital media consumption is rising approximately 20% or more (at the time of this writing). This indicates that we are consuming and supplying more and more digital media on social networking sites, content delivery networks, TV broadcasters and video-streaming platforms, and the volumes go up by exponentials. In fact, network convergence and multimedia streaming are becoming more compute-intensive than ever, and sometimes quality of service can be traded off. There is a need for High Efficiency Video Coding (HEVC) technology to enhance the serviceability.


Cloud Storage Gateway

A cloud storage gateway is a network appliance located on customer premises to bridge cloud storage APIs such as REST and storage protocols like iSCSI or fiber channel. The use of cloud storage gateway brings cost efficiency and eliminates security concern for stored data. Cloud storage gateways rely on standard network protocols to bridge incompatible cloud devices and storage systems and integrate available applications. Some feature-rich gateways provide data backup, caching, duplication, provisioning and data encryption.


Virtual Edge Routing

The driving force of the network by moving VNF’s from the core infrastructure towards the edge and the introduction of packaged services introduces specific requirements to sustain the control and data plane traffic with reduced latency at the edge deployment.


Mobile Edge Computing

As the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) led initiative in its adoption phase, the requirements to roll out new services to the edge in the network have coined and there are several deployments and business models for the Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) platforms. Ultimately, processing, storage, media streaming and security functions have been migrated to the edge for mobile deployments.


Carrier-grade NFV

NFV can be considered as the virtualization of telecommunication networks and will revolutionize how telecom infrastructure is built. NFV indicates a disaggregation in which closed proprietary equipments are largely replaced by open-standard and sharable platforms. Under the virtualized architecture, VNFs run on virtual machines and are automatically formed in the service chaining to provide telecom services.


SD-WAN and SD-Security

SD-WAN is one of the most widely applied SDN concepts implemented to address obstacles in conventional enterprise WAN infrastructures such as packet congestion or loss. By replacing MPLS (Multi-Protocol Label Switching) with software-defined network components, SD-WAN help enterprises simplify WAN setup for branch offices, SME setting, head office and data centers by virtualization. In short, the WAN management is shifted to the software-defined cloud. An intelligently capable SD-WAN shall support multiple connection types and network services including VPN, firewalls, WAN optimization and application delivery.


Virtual CPE

Virtual CPE (Customer Premise Equipment) is one of the fastest growing NFV applications. Through the virtualization of CPE appliance, managed service providers can save the time and cost from the complexity of handling multiple dedicated hardware-based equipments connected at the customer/branch site to provide the needed services, which often results in frequent truck roll service costs and troubleshooting remains headache. With vCPE, managed service providers can optimally assist their clients, especially SMEs (Small and Medium Enterprises) and branch offices, in cost efficiencies and service agility by leveraging VNF (virtualized network functions), such as routing and firewall, onto a multi-service gateway device. Managed services have thus become dynamic when network functions are software-defined, allowing more simplified and agile management.


Meeting the Demands of SDN and NFV by Leveraging Intel® Open Network Platform

Intel® ONP (Open Network Platform) is a reference architecture to encourage the wide adoptions of SDN (Software Defined Network) and NFV (Network Function Virtualization). This move by Intel clearly points out that the network industry is walking through a transition from hardware-based to a more software-focused ecosystem. With the rapid development of open-source and open-standard software solutions, owners of telecommunications, cloud computing and data centers are favoring more open technologies while saving costs on fixed equipment costs. To accelerate this transition, Intel layouts the picture of Intel ONP, which will readily integrate open software and hardware architecture to meet industrial and enterprise demands.


Cloud Computing in the Network Data Center

Telecom cloud services must blend data center and telecom capabilities, offering excellent performance, cost, energy, space, and manageability, along with carrier- grade reliability and security. In this article, we look at the forces driving telecom cloud computing and explore the challenges of adopting this technology.


Getting Acquainted with Lanner's HybridTCA Platform for Cloud Computing

Lanner has been providing networking security hardware to big-name players since the early 2000s.


The Advantages of Lanner HybridTCA™ over ATCA Platforms

Lanner's HybridTCA™ (Hybrid Telecommunications Computing Architecture) hardware platform for carrier and enterprise customers.


The Birth of the "ATCA-like" FX-7000 Series

Lanner was faced with the challenge of creating a firewall for the telecom market that could provide 20 Gbps IPS throughput, support up to 100 Gbps firewall throughput, be easily upgraded, and at the same time be offered at an entry-level price.The FX-7210 successfully combined the multi-core capabilities of the high performance Intel® Xeon® processors with RISC-based network processing technology for optimal network throughput.



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