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Outdoor wide-temperature edge router enables 4G/5G virtualised small cell solution

15th September 2020
Alex Lynn

The demand within the global small cell networks market has been rising on account of the growing popularity of LTE networks. Small cell networks are essential to the functioning of 4G and 5G networks. And the other way around, the advance of LTE networks has also played a major role in the growth of the global market for small cell networks.

The NCR-1510 Series Edge Router from Lanner is designed to be deployed in remote installations with a wide environmental temperature range (-40 to +70℃) and fanless cooling for many outdoor cabinets. While initially targeted at vRAN applications, the NCR-1510 Series Edge Router is well suited for industrial site monitoring, Internet of Things (IoT) gateways, and smart city applications as well as private cloud installations, both on-premise and remote.

Powered by Intel Atom C3000 (codenamed Denverton) CPU, the NCR-1510 features solid performance and Intel’s QuickAssist Technology running at 10Gbps, offering cryptographic acceleration and industrial-grade LAN functions in a compact form factor. It is the optimal fanless desktop network appliance for SD-WAN, uCPE or edge router for 5G network infrastructure.

The new SKU D, E and F are now equipped with extension slots for PGN (Pigeon) module - a swappable caddy to enable 4G/4.5G LTE communication. The module comes with dual SIM slots enabling resilient and uninterrupted LTE network connectivity.

NCR-1510

  • Intel Atom C3000 Processor (Codenamed Denverton)
  • Max. four RJ45, two SFP & two RJ45 (By SKU)
  • Two 260-pin DDR4 2400/2133/1866MHz ECC/Non-ECC SODIMM (by SKU), Max. 32GB
  • Design ready for 5G Sub-6 and WiFi 6 (802.11ax)
  • One RJ45 Console, two USB 2.0, one RJ45 LOM

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