Episode 15: AI-Powered Hyper-Converged MEC Server Enables Intelligent Transportation Services

All innovative fleet services generate massive volumes of data, and that’s driven fleet management companies’ data centers to be more agile by integrating compute, storage, and networking into one hyper-converged infrastructure, which simplifies and consolidates all the virtualization components through software. With its software-defined nature, the hyper-converged infrastructure leverages existing hardware storage while adopting a virtual controller to manage the physical devices. Lanner came up with the hyper-converged MEC server that seamlessly integrates high performance computing, massive storage, and networking functions into one single appliance. Powered by NVIDIA T4 Tensor Core GPU, the MEC server consolidates the taxi management tasks, such as emergency call services, video surveillance systems, and location-based services. Highest Storage Density for FX-3420 can record all driving and service data for customer analysis and demand forecasting.

Episode 15: AI-Powered Hyper-Converged MEC Server Enables Intelligent Transportation Services was last modified: May 27th, 2021 by Fernando Contreras