uCPE/vCPE: Death of the magical black box

vCPE, uCPE, CPE

People today are accustomed to getting their internet from a proprietary, provisioned black box at their homes, but now MSP’s are looking to expand the capabilities of these customer-side appliances with the advent of uCPE and vCPE. Managed Service providers continue to leverage virtualization and edge computing capabilities to decrease OPEX, TTS (time-to-Service) and create …

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uCPE/vCPE: Death of the magical black box was last modified: October 7th, 2020 by James Piedra

Lanner To Showcase Award-Winning SDN/NFV Platforms at MWC 2018 Taiwan Excellence Pavilion

Lanner, the global leading manufacturer in networking hardware, is pleased to showcase its award-winning networking platforms at MWC (Mobile World Congress) 2018, in Barcelona, Spain, from 26 February to 1st March. Lanner will feature NCA-1611 and FW-8896, the two awarded networking hardware solutions which were honored 2018/2017 Taiwan Excellence Award, an annual award announced by …

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Lanner To Showcase Award-Winning SDN/NFV Platforms at MWC 2018 Taiwan Excellence Pavilion was last modified: February 13th, 2018 by Jorge Peregrina

3 SD-WAN Deployment Options for Companies Looking to Invest In SDN

As we know software defined networking (SDN) is already becoming a more and more popular investment among multi-branch enterprises with help from drivers such as software-defined wide area networks (SD WAN) being deployed in various ways across nearly every industry. However, this doesn’t mean that everyone is onboard with SDN quite yet. There are various …

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3 SD-WAN Deployment Options for Companies Looking to Invest In SDN was last modified: August 27th, 2018 by Rick Spencer

SDN Vs. Intent Based Networking

SDN vs Intent-based networking

Given that technology is progressing faster than at any point previously in our history, it comes as no surprise that the age of machine learning, artificial intelligence, automation, the Internet of Things, and virtualization has finally arrived. One of the biggest technological innovations of the last five years or so has been the advent of …

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SDN Vs. Intent Based Networking was last modified: August 27th, 2018 by Rick Spencer

Flashback 2017: A Promising Year of SD-WAN, vCPE, and Edge Computing

Upon the joyful holiday seasons, we would like to take this opportunity to express our gratefulness for your continued business. As your trusted partners for the past 31 years, Lanner has always been dedicated to offering quality, wide-selection of hardware platforms to accelerate your time-to-market solutions. The year of 2017 had been a remarkable period …

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Flashback 2017: A Promising Year of SD-WAN, vCPE, and Edge Computing was last modified: January 25th, 2018 by Jorge Peregrina

Key Role of Network Slicing in 5G Network Enablement

network slicing

5G is the next step in wireless telecommunications standards. Through the evolution of communications technologies and the advancement of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, communications networks need to be both ultra-reliable and flexible so as to adequately meet the needs of applications and data transfer requirements. It is estimated that, by the year …

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Key Role of Network Slicing in 5G Network Enablement was last modified: January 31st, 2018 by Rick Spencer

The top 3 NFV solutions for improving business agility

Network functions virtualization (NFV) and its subsequent virtual network functions (VNF’s) can’t be developed fast enough for many service providers and business IT organizations. After all, the high level of network automation, commoditized network equipment hardware, and reduced service deployment time/complexity leading to improved network agility are all factors which serve to allow new revenue …

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The top 3 NFV solutions for improving business agility was last modified: October 10th, 2018 by James Piedra

Collaboration in open source networking projects key to achieving NFV goals

vendor and open source project collaboration key to NFV

The first half of this year has been marked with significant advances in open networking projects, with two prominent projects from the Linux foundation (OPEN-O and Open ECOMP) merging into the Open network automation platform (ONAP). While not the first collaborative open networking project to merge efforts, it is one of the most significant developments …

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Collaboration in open source networking projects key to achieving NFV goals was last modified: August 14th, 2019 by James Piedra

Containers vs virtualization: which is superior?

Containers and virtual machine architecture comparison

Virtualization has been the foundation for many modern technologies, and that CAN’T go without saying for the next- generation network implementation: Network functions virtualization and software-defined networking (NFV/SDN). Virtualization has consistently been used to simplify deployment, management, orchestration and elasticity for communication service providers (CSP) and today leading CSPs have virtualized over half of their …

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Containers vs virtualization: which is superior? was last modified: October 10th, 2018 by James Piedra

v-RAN a crucial step for SDN/NFV and 5G

Network functions virtualization (NFV) has forever changed carrier cloud computing and networking, emerging as a truly flexible, scalable, manageable and open network implementation. Efforts to implement this game-changing technology began in the core networks of service providers, eventually reaching the network edge where minimal latencies can create a plethora of new services and application previously …

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v-RAN a crucial step for SDN/NFV and 5G was last modified: February 2nd, 2018 by James Piedra