Lanner Launches New Intelligent Edge Solutions

March 12, 2020

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Lanner Launches New Intelligent Edge Solutions

Lanner announced its dual wireless IoT gateway appliances and GPU powered Industrial Edge computers.

Lanner Electronics announced two of its latest hardware platforms: dual wireless IoT Gateway LEC-7242 and GPU powered Industrial PC LEC-2290.

Lanner’s newest Industrial PC, the LEC-2290, features expansion options for GPUs and other accelerators. Purpose-built for compute-intensive Video applications, LEC-2290 offers a 6 core i7-8700T CPU making it a platform for analytic applications. LEC-2290 will be running NodeWeaver software and the VXG video platform. LEC-2290 also supports the Intel OpenVINO toolkit and the Movidius inferencing engine.

NodeWeaver is a software-defined operating platform for the deployment, management, and orchestration of compute resources and applications. It is designed for deployment and management in distributed edge environments.

VXG connects any surveillance camera to AI. This is done at any scale, from 1 camera to 100,000 cameras. Using a hybrid edge approach, VXG offers a platform that reduces AI costs and bandwidth consumption.

Lanner also features their LEC-7242 wide-temp Industrial gateway running Litmus Edge which collects, analyzes, and acts on data at the source. Litmus Edge is an Industrial Edge Computing platform on the market and, according to the company, the only one that can be implemented out-of-the-box to securely connect to all industrial assets and derive value with instant analytics and integrations

For more information, visit: https://www.lanner-america.com/

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