Lanner Joins NVIDIA GTC 21 to Demonstrate Edge AI Platforms for Accelerating OpenRAN Programmable Packet Processing

Join Lanner’s keynote at NVIDIA’s GTC 21 to learn how we can leverage AI-accelerated edge computing platforms to offer new levels of workload consolidation and scalable performance for OpenRAN infrastructure.

OpenRAN is anticipated as the next revolution for Radio Access Network (RAN) infrastructure, and considered as an optimal solution to enhance capacity and coverage, while reducing latency caused by escalating growth of data on the 5G network. OpenRAN solutions offer flexibility and scalability through the disaggregation of hardware and software, and the utilization of Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) hardware.

Lanner collaborated with NVIDIA to build a scalable, hyper-converged edge platform for OpenRAN infrastructure. Powered by the packet/networking SmartNIC with NVIDIA Bluefield 2 co-processor, Lanner’s COTS-based edge platforms feature programmable, intelligent switching capability that can offload open architecture CPU and is cost-effective in the long term through supporting protocol-independent and multi-Tbps networking performance without being compromised by hardware bottleneck.

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Speaker

Sven Freudenfeld

CTO of Telecom Applications BU

Featured Product


ECA-4025

1U 19" Rackmount Open RAN Appliance with Intel® Xeon® D-2100 Multi-core Processor (Codenamed Skylake-DE)

CPU Intel® Xeon® D2100 8/12/14/16 Cores
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Lanner Joins NVIDIA GTC 21 to Demonstrate Edge AI Platforms for Accelerating OpenRAN Programmable Packet Processing was last modified: October 14th, 2021 by Fernando Contreras