Lanner releases enterprise network appliance with high-port density and PoE protocol
Enterprises are facing an unprecedented challenge in network management caused by the exponential growth of wireless access points, mobile Internet devices and other systems with Internet access enabled. This has driven enterprises to adapt expansion measures in their IT infrastructures in order to deliver reliable services, yet maintenance has become more costly and complicated. The UP-2010 1U rackmount Network Appliance combines high-port density, and cost-effective Power over Ethernet capability with firewall/UTM security.
Lanner has unveiled a versatile enterprise network platform that simplifies network management. The UP-2010 is a comprehensive solution with rich port density, Power over Ethernet (PoE) capability and advanced security instructions. In a business network infrastructure, whether it is a network switch, a PoE extension router, or a firewall, the UP-2010 can manage all of these tasks.
The enterprise-oriented 1U rackmount network appliance comes with high-port density by offering 24 x 1GbE RJ45 LAN ports and two 10GbE SPF+ ports. Empowered by Marvell® Prestera® 98DX3035 processor, the ports can accelerate the switching processes. In addition, eight of the many Ethernet ports are PoE enabled, with IEEE 802.3at compliance to offer up to 30W per port power supply. This can reduce the need of implementing PoE extension routers for connecting IP cameras, wireless access points, or other network devices.
The internal core of UP-2010 is built with Intel® Atom™ C2000 processor. With Intel® x86 architecture, UP-2010 is able to undertake packet processing and Intel® security instructions at low power consumption. Enabled by Intel® instructions such as Intel® QuickAssist Technology, UP-2010 is capable of processing cryptographic duties and packet inspection tasks. For data consistency, UP-2010 supports DDR3 ECC memories to secure data flow.
For more information, visit the UP-2010 network appliance page
Author: Garth Miller Published: 26 Nov 2014