Lanner Electronics, a global provider in Whitebox Solutions for uCPE/vCPE, announced that its next-gen uCPE NCA-4025 has been verified as an Intel Select Solution for uCPE Infrastructure on CentOS.
The NCA-4025 is integrated with high compute capability and state-of-the-art networking COTS platforms which are pre-configured with high-level scalability, computing throughput, and virtualisation. The integrated uCPE platform aims to simplify the deployment process for today’s SDN/NFV ecosystem.
Designed to optimise uCPE capability on CentOS, NCA-4025 will deliver hardware robustness and performance enhancement minimising testing and validation efforts, while accelerating time-to-market deployment and competitive edge for running multiple security VNFs in SD-WAN infrastructure.
Featuring 8, 12 or 16-core Intel Xeon D-2100 processors, 8x GbE RJ45, 4x SFP+ and Intel QuickAssist Technology (by SKU) for improved network performance, the NCA-4025 delivers workload-optimised performance enhancement in a multi-vendor environment, offering flexibility and TCO savings for creating agile and profitable managed services.
“As a verified Intel Select Solution for uCPE Infrastructure on CentOS, Lanner’s NCA-4025 offers workload-optimised, easy-to-deploy integration of compute power and optimised VNF platforms.”, says Jeans Tseng, CTO of Lanner Electronics. “The verification of NCA-4025 by Intel as a Select Solution not only to help communication service providers (CommSPs) reduce the complexity required by hardware and software integration, but also to accelerate time-to-market deployment of SD-WAN, SD-Security and other SDN/NFV applications.”.
Since 2018, Lanner uCPE Platforms have been deployed in enterprises, retail chains, and distributed branches for more than 200,000 devices. With multiple successful deployment cases of our appliances in diversified client environments, Lanner vCPE/uCPE devices are highly customisable to meet customer demands in enterprise networking hardware and to build a better network platform for the businesses they serve.