Lanner Collaborates with netElastic to Offer Carrier-grade Virtual Broadband Networks Gateways (vBNG) for Edge Computing at NGCO

Rapidly increasing subscriber IP traffic is putting pressure on telecom operators and service providers to upgrade their network and keep up with demand. There is a growing shift within operators to disaggregate certain legacy hardware infrastructure in favor of a more agile software defined architecture.

One typical scenario would be replacing a fat central edge router (running BNG) with next gen distributed access devices utilizing NFV to optimize their last mile networks. This includes deploying software based vBNG that will be sited closer to the access devices.

Lanner teams up with netElastic to deliver vBNG solutions featuring unmatched performance and scalability with the flexibility of software for Next Generation Central Office and carrier edge compute deployments.

Benefits

  • Best-in-class performance and scalability
  • Runs on commercial x86 hardware
  • High 128,000 subscriber density
  • Near line-rate data performance
  • Up to 300 Gbps in 1RU
  • Cisco CLI Emulation
  • NETCONF and YANG
  • Flexible licensing options

Performance

  • 10Gbps Line-rate performance (256 byte)
  • Session connect-rate: 1000/second
  • FIB: 1M IPv4; 50K IPv6
  • VRFs: 1,000
  • CGNAT: 4M sessions @ 100K/second

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Featured Product

NCA-5520


Security Gateway Appliance for Network Traffic Management and Virtualized Network Security

CPU IntelR XeonR Processor Scalable Family (Skylake-SP)
Chipset IntelR C621/626

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Lanner Collaborates with netElastic to Offer Carrier-grade Virtual Broadband Networks Gateways (vBNG) for Edge Computing at NGCO was last modified: November 8th, 2019 by Jorge Peregrina