Lanner today announced the launch of the NCA-4112, a 1U 19” rackmount network appliance designed for networking, virtualization and carrier-grade service assurance applications.
The NCA-4112‘s computing prowess is made possible by AMD’s EPYC 3000 Series processor capable of delivering up to 8 cores of exceptional performance. It is armed with up to 128 GB of system memory, 8x GbE RJ45 ports, 2x 10G SFP+ ports (by SKU) and a NIC module slot for adding another 8 Ethernet ports for even higher bandwidths, making the NCA-4112 the ideal platform for networking and virtualization applications with enhanced performance at mid-level ownership cost.
The NCA-4112‘s redundant 300W PSUs make available optimal reliability, high-availability and effortless manageability for datacenter deployment. Other noteworthy features include 1x RJ45 console port, 2x USB 3.0 ports, 2x 2.5” internal HDD/SSD bays, 1x M.2 2242, 1x Mini PCIe, 1x LCM and 4x keypads.
Also worth mentioning is the NCA-4112’s compatibility with Lanner’s pre-certified wireless LTE modules, namely the PGN-300 and the PGN-600.
The PGN-300 is powered by Sierra Wireless EM7455 with support of global LTE connectivity, while PGN-600 is designed with Sierra Wireless EM7511 to support not only LTE, but also Private LTE like CBRS and FirstNet™.
Both of the aforementioned modularized 4G/LTE modem cards are pre-certified with PTCRB and mainstream Private LTE protocols such as FirstNet™ and CBRS (Citizens Broadband Radio Service) for today’s IoT or IIoT applications.
Please contact Lanner to learn more.