Network Hyper-Convergence

Integrating Compute, Networking and Storage in One Single Platform

Nowadays, network operators have faced unprecedented challenges from the growth in data traffic and the increased service demands. To expand their bandwidth in the competitive environment without a great extent of additional CAPEX and OPEX, the next-gen telecom infrastructure is anticipated to evolve into a carrier-grade, hyper-converged network platform, offering faster, more agile and more reliable mission-critical communications.

Responding to today’s networking demands, Lanner is introducing hyper-converged network platforms aiming at delivering multi-node compute, high-speed 100G switching and massive storage in one single appliance, delivering highly available service agility and economics in edge on-premise, CORD and cloud data center.

Hyper-Converged Appliance

Moving towards hyper-converged platforms, Lanner has successfully integrated the years of network computing know-how into its HCI-ready HybridTCA™ (HTCA) platforms, the 2U~6U multi-node hyper-converged server designed to integrate control plane and data plane and seamlessly converge compute, storage and network into one hardware appliance.

 
 


  • Multi Compute Nodes

    Up to 12 CPU Computing Blades
    2x Intel® Xeon® E5 CPU Per Blade


  • 100GbE+ Switching

    High Speed Top-of-rack Switching
    25/40/100GbE/SFP NIC Blade


  • Massive Storage

    Up to 16x HDD Drive Bays
    RAID 0, RAID 1 and RAID 5 Supports

HCI Deployment Cases

Network Hyper-convergence Integrating Compute, Networking and Storage in One Single Platform was last modified: October 28th, 2020 by Jorge Peregrina