NCA-5520: Delivering Optimal Network Computing and Virtualization Performance

Today sees the release of Lanner’s NCA-5520, a 1U 19” rackmount network appliance built with Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family (Codenamed Skylake-SP).

The introduction of the NCA-5520 is a response to network service providers’ demand for more agile and flexible methods for delivering satisfying network computing performance while saving ownership costs; the NCA-5520, featuring optimized computing power and virtualization capacity in a compact 1U form factor with high-port density, is the ideal solution for such requirements.

NCA-5520 is powered by Intel®’s Xeon® Processor Scalable Family and Intel® C626 or C621 chipset, delivering advanced networking features, including Intel® QuickAssist Technology, new Intel® AVX-512 instructions, Intel® Hyperscan and Data Plane Development Kit (DPDK). With its support for up to 384GB DDR4 system memory at 2666 MHz, the NCA-5520 greatly maximizes packet processing efficiency for virtual network functions, cryptography acceleration for deep packet inspection and many next-generation firewall and UTM/IPS/IDS applications.

For optimal networking tasks, the NCA-5520 comes with either 4x GbE RJ-45 or 4x 10G SFP+ ports. The LAN expansion is made possible by way of its 4x NIC module slots that offer support for 10G/25G/40G/100G fiber/copper/bypass specifications, such versatility and scalability makes NCA-5520 the perfect hardware solution for enhancing network traffic management and virtualized network security.

Other outstanding features include dual console ports (RJ45 c& mini-USB), dual USB 3.0 ports, 4x swappable fans, dual 2.5”HDD/SSD bays, dual PSUs and optional PCIe*16 FH/HL.

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Security Gateway Appliance for Network Traffic Management and Virtualized Network Security

CPU Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family (Skylake-SP)
Chipset Intel® C621/626

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NCA-5520: Delivering Optimal Network Computing and Virtualization Performance was last modified: March 27th, 2018 by Jorge Peregrina