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ADLINK Unveils its MECS-6110 Edge Server

ADLINK Technology’s MECS-6110 edge server has been confirmed as an Intel Select Solution for Universal Customer Premises Equipment (uCPE) on CentOS, for the deployment of a wide range of edge-based communication, networking and hosted services.

Adlink“ADLINK has launched its MEC Server MECS-6110 edge server based on the Intel Select Solutions for uCPE reference design, offering network and communication service providers a verified networking platform for network function virtualization,” said Julian Ye, director of networking and communications at ADLINK. “ADLINK’s verified, open-standards-based MECS-6110 platform enables our customers to speed time-to-market by allowing them to focus their development efforts on unique next-generation applications for the edge of the cloud and mobile networks. They also benefit from the work we have done with Intel to integrate the latest technologies into our edge server.”

For service providers, general-purpose multi-access edge computing (MEC) edge servers are the platform of choice when deploying virtual network functions, such as SD-WAN. MEC systems process data at the network edge rather than a centralized data center, cutting latency, shortening response times and helping remove range and compute limitations.

Paired with virtualization technologies such as network function virtualization (NFV), MEC edge servers such as the MECS-6110 eliminate the need for providers to employ multiple proprietary communication platforms to deliver network services, enabling those functions to be delivered by software.

MEC systems can also reduce capital expenditure (CapEx) spending, as they operate on white-box, general-purpose processing platforms, and offer lower operating expense (OpEx) via cloud-based automation and management features.

MEC edge server systems sit on the extremities of a network and must be able to operate in unfriendly, often challenging, deployment environments. The MECS-6110 is designed and built to withstand dust, shock, and vibration while also supporting an operating temperature range from -5°C to +55°C.

The MECS-6110 has a 420mm system depth in a small footprint 1U chassis, with all I/O front access and dual FHFL PCIe expansion slots reserved for access to acceleration hardware such as GPU, FGPA, and QAT adapters.

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