Traditional network equipment uses hardware elements to control the flow of information. Although this allows for great efficiency, the flexibility and reduced operational costs software-defined networks allow has gradually been convincing companies to make the shift. Lanner’s software-agnostic platforms provide an open hardware architecture much inline with the philosophy and flexibility that software-defined networks promote.
- Best-In-Class Port Density
- NIC modules and Acceleration Cards
- Intel QuickAssist and DPDK
- High Reliability/Availability
- IPMI Remote Manageability
Background The increasing use of cloud and the continuous demand for bandwidth have driven enterprises to seek more flexible and simpler WAN solutions, which means the conventional WAN architecture relying on MPLS to rout traffic data between branch offices and
Background Cable MSOs (multiple-system operators) are going to challenge telecom’s long market dominance in enterprise services, with the new power by SD-WAN (Software-defined WAN). Cable providers are benefited with the SDN technology enabling them to serve large, multi-site corporations. With
Introduction Over the past two years hundreds of enterprise, including those in the retail sector, have been adapting and deploying Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) solutions to keep up with the exponential increase in the demand for network bandwidth on which more
Branch office communication networks are changing to deliver cloud services for workers. Communications service providers can meet these needs with SD-WAN services powered by Session Smart Routing technology from 128 Technology running on Intel® processor-based white box servers from Lanner.
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Introduction Industry 4.0’s promising technology trends encompass areas and applications such as the Internet of Things, cyber security, the cloud datacenter, horizontal/vertical system integration, data mining/analytics, AR, VR, 3D printing and robotics; what all these technologies have in common is