Lanner has launched NCA-1020, a desktop appliance empowered by Intel Celeron Processor N3010 (codenamed Braswell) for deployment at edge environment, branch offices, and retail surroundings. Besides the low power consumption and decent processing capability, NCA-1020 also provides necessary I/O functionality for edge computing, multi-service gateways, VPN routers and CPE applications.
Lanner’s NCA-1020 is the next model of its predecessor NCA-1010 and empowered by the 14nm Intel platform codenamed Braswell, designed for power efficiency and processing performance for entry-level computing applications. The core of NCA-1020 is Intel Celeron Processor N3010, offering low power consumption and computing performance optimized for CPE and edge computing needs. Besides, the process comes with security mechanisms including Intel AES-NI instruction set for network security. For memory, NCA-1020 supports one DDR3L socket up to 8GB.
Designed for multi-service gateway, SME-style VPN router, and CPE applications, NCA-1020 comes with dual SMA antenna holes for wireless signal receptions. Internally, NCA-1020 is built with a mini-PCIe socket with SIM card reader for mobile connectivity. Networking I/O wise, NCA-1020 provides 3 RJ-45 GbE LAN ports and one pair of Lanner’s Generation 3 LAN bypass to avoid traffic disruptions.
Other I/O functionality includes USB3.0/2.0 ports, HDMI display port, mini mSATA storage socket, TPM module and an optional SSD drive bay as the main storage (SKU A).
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