White Papers

Our white papers explore key areas of Lanner’s expertise in developing and improving cutting-edge features for network computing applications.

Whitepaper | Overcome 5 major challenges in large NFV and vCPE deployments

Achieve Carrier-grade performance and reliability while maintaining power-efficiency on commodity of-the-shelf (COTS) hardware Overcome 5 major challenges in large NFV and vCPE deployments. Delivering Carrier-grade reliability Meeting Performance Requirements Maximizing Performance per Watt Complexity in Management/Orchestration/Deployment Link Latency Get the Whitepaper: Download Now

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OpenNSL

Disaggregation has been considered as the main concept of next-generation open network architecture. Recent trends of softwaredefined network (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) have performed successfully in bringing up open and interoperable elements into existing closed-architecture network. However, to reach the ultimate goal of “open” network, the importance of hardware should not be overlooked

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The 6th Generation Intel Core Processor to Redefine Video Streaming

According to recent researches, streaming videos have taken up a larger and larger share of the network traffic. It is predicted that videos may occupy almost 80 percent of the traffic at the time of this writing. That means, users of desktops, laptops and mobile devices are demanding higher quality of streaming videos. To address

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The 6th Generation Intel Core Processor Further Strengthens Enterprise Cyber Protections

The increasing number of malicious web attacks has driven major corporations to have deployed multiple security measures including proxy servers, firewalls, multiple anti-virus scanning engines and encryption technologies against various types of cyber crime. While these measures are working 24/7 to keep the enterprise network safe, they system loads may eventually experience performance degradations due

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Establish Optimal Performance and Power Consumption Ratio with Intel® Xeon™ D-1500 Series Processor

The drive to redefine enterprise total cost of ownership (TCO) has contributed to the rise of midrange systems, the type of servers that can process large-scale instructions and applications, though less powerful than mainstream servers. Midrange network servers have been favored by small-and-medium enterprises and regional division and subsidiaries of global corporations due to their

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Lanner’s Advanced Generation of LAN Bypass for Reliable Network Traffic

Many of today’s networking devices are built with LAN bypass function to prevent failed LAN transmission from impeding important in-flow critical data. The function is to ensure fault-tolerance for network appliances so that essential communications an be still continued even when software, hardware or power failure occurs. The basic idea of bypass is “cross-connection”. When

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Lanner’s Secure Boot and Secure Flash

Secure Boot is a form of verified booting technology which ensures boot path validations. As defined in UEFI (Unified Extensible Firmware Interface) specifications, this BIOS-based technology assures that the system firmware checks if the boot loader is signed with a cryptographic key contained in the database in the firmware. In other words, Secure Boot is

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Accelerating Ethernet Performance and Throughput with Intel® DPDK

Intel® DPDK is a software set of libraries and Ethernet drivers compatible on any Intel x86 processors for accelerated packet processing. It is designed to run in Linux environment for enterprise and industrial network management. The libraries of Intel DPDK improve data plane performance, pre-fetch data, trim memory latency down and reduce development time so

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Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710 Reshapes Networking Landscapes

The launch of Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 series platform indicates that IT management is heading into a new generation of processing capabilities. The new Intel® Xeon® server-based platform presents a great leap in CPU performance, RAM efficiency, PCH connectivity, and networking modules to deliver unprecedentedly low latency, high bandwidth and relatively lower power consumption.

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Meet the Growing Network, Communications, and Processing Demands with the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 V3 Grantley Platform

The powerful coupling of the new Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v3 and the Intel C610 PCH, codenamed “Grantley,” is a platform designed to meet the challenges of today’s virtualization and security management. Improvements offered by the Grantley platform are evident in Lanner’s FW-8896, a 2U rackmount network appliance capable of boosting network appliance’ processing power,

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Comparing First and Second Generation Intel® Core™ Processors
Throughput Improvements with the Intel® Data Plane Development Kit
The Evolution of LAN Bypass Technology: Lanner’s Generation One to Generation Three Bypass
Building Next-Generation Network Security with Wind River® DPI Solutions on Lanner FW-8895
The Advantages of Lanner HTCA over ATCA platforms
Unprecedented Performance Gains with the Intel® Atom™ Processor C2000 Product Family
Security Performance Comparison Between Intel Communications Chipset SKUs
Meet the Growing Network, Communications, and Processing Demands with the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5-2600 V3 Grantley Platform
Intel® Ethernet Controller XL710 Reshapes Networking Landscapes
Accelerating Ethernet Performance and Throughput with Intel® DPDK
Lanner’s Secure Boot and Secure Flash
Lanner’s Advanced Generation of LAN Bypass for Reliable Network Traffic
Establish Optimal Performance and Power Consumption Ratio with Intel® Xeon™ D-1500 Series Processor
The 6th Generation Intel Core Processor Further Strengthens Enterprise Cyber Protections
The 6th Generation Intel Core Processor to Redefine Video Streaming
OpenNSL