Modular Platforms for Optimized High Density Video Transport

Modular Platforms for Optimized High Density Video Transport

Video transport over the Internet Protocol has increasingly occupied network traffic and is anticipated to continue its growth. To meet the growing demand of video content delivery, network infrastructures have evolved in bandwidth and latency minimization to improve the performance for streaming applications.

Therefore, next-generation network infrastructure will require a more modular, scalable, high-performance and cost-effective platform through application virtualizations to accommodate a diverse multimedia demands including video streaming, media analytics and cloud entertainment. To shorten the time-to-market process, Lanner has introduced a wide range of scalable, virtualization optimized servers to enhance bandwidth and reduce latency for OTT and broadcasting networks.

© Intel Corporation. Intel Whitepaper “Rethinking Visual Cloud Services for Evolving Media”

Key Features

  • High-Density Video Transcoding

    Second Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors with up to 2.3 GHz high frequency and Intel AVX-512 instruction to optimize video transcoding workloads

  • HEVC/H.265 Ready

    Modular acceleration cards powered by Intel Xeon E3 Processor efficiently offload CPU in handling real-time encoding of HEVC video streaming.

  • Media-over-IP Conversion

    Customizable I/O modules support video transcoding over IP from diverse video interfaces, such as 8VSB, QAM, and ASI, to RJ-45 or fiber port at 10/25/40/100GbE speed.

  • 24/7 High Availability

    To ensure 24/7 uptimes, full-redundancy design such as redundant power, hot swappable fan and advanced LAN bypass is essential to video transcoding

Intel Select Solutions

Lanner’s NCA-6210 is the first network appliance from Lanner selected for verification as an Intel Select Solution for Visual CDN. Intel® Select Solutions for Visual Cloud Delivery Network are workload optimized solutions that have been verified by Intel to achieve benchmarked results and meet the rapidly emerging needs for content delivery networks (CDNs).

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