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ADLINK Announces Development of Edge Computing Platform MECS-6110 as an Intel® Select Solution for uCPE

ADLINK is committed to developing industry-leading edge computing platforms to drive the transformation of communications network architectures in the era of 5G, and enable customers to explore new services and business models across various market segments

San Jose, CA – May 7 2019 – ADLINK Technology, Inc., a global provider of advanced Edge Computing products, announces that it is collaborating with Intel to develop its latest Edge Computing platform MECS-6110 as an Intel® Select Solution for Universal Customer Premise Equipment (uCPE). The platform will be available in August 2019.

Intel® Select Solutions are a family of workload-optimized, infrastructure solutions, aiming to help end users simplify design choices by bundling hardware and software pieces together while making high performance more predictable. Intel® Select Solutions for uCPE are based on the Intel® Xeon® D processors, and can be deployed quickly and efficiently for various network function virtualized (NFV) applications by network operators, service providers, cloud service providers, or enterprise infrastructure companies.

All Intel Select Solutions feature workload-optimized stacks tuned to take full advantage of Intel® architecture. To be verified as an Intel Select Solution, ADLINK’s MECS-6110 meets the performance threshold defined by Intel Select Plus Solution for uCPE, one of two configurations for Intel® Select Solutions for uCPE reference designs, which uses a 14-core Intel® Xeon® D processor and high-performance network, storage and integrated platform acceleration products from Intel for maximum virtual machine density.

ADLINK is committed to developing industry-leading Edge Computing platforms to help customers accelerate the transformation of communications network architectures in the era of 5G. The MECS-6110 is specifically designed to enable customers to explore new business models and service opportunities through new applications. Powered by advanced single-socket Intel® Xeon® D processors and with 430mm of system depth, ADLINK’s new 1U Edge Computing platform MECS-6110 provides all I/O front access, dust prevention, wide operation temperature for supports of telecom feature, installation environment restrictions, capability of system architecture evolution, and dual full-height full-length (FHFL) PCIe expansion slots reserved for access to acceleration hardware (GPU/FGPA). The MECS-6110 offer high performance, cost effective commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) platforms to enable customers to focus on differentiating their applications.

“uCPE is one of important initiatives that service providers are taking to transform telco network into a cloud-centric platform. By replacing a set of proprietary, dedicated appliances with virtual networks functions running on a single, universal and software-centric platform, service providers can truly bring the power of the cloud to the network. By taking into account the requirements of Intel Select Solution for uCPE, ADLINK’s MECS-6110 is an open and standard platform designed to help our customers realize huge business potential from a vast array of applications” said Julian Ye, ADLINK director for networking and communications. “The MECS-6110 provides our customers with superior flexibility, interoperability and optimization when they develop applications with varying system requirements. With our deep expertise in open system architecture, we will continue to deliver innovative, application-ready platforms driving computing power and processing intelligence to Edge that we can help profoundly facilitate the ongoing network transformation.”

By leveraging more than 20 years of expertise in developing highly reliable and available embedded computing systems, ADLINK is a premier supplier of extensive, cost-effective COTS, as well as fast time-to-market ODM solutions to worldwide tier-one TEMs and network security integrators. ADLINK has been an active contributor to leading industry consortia including the Open Compute Project (OCP), the Open Data Center Committee (ODCC), and the Telecom Infra Project (TIP). ADLINK offers design services in every major geographic region, benefiting customers with increased responsiveness, short delivery lead-time and ease of doing business. ADLINK ensures best practices in product obsolescence and lifecycle management by leveraging its long-standing strategic partnerships with major processor and software vendors.

For more information about ADLINK’s MECS-6110, please visit the product webpage.

ABOUT ADLINK

ADLINK Technology is a global leader in Edge Computing. Our mission is to facilitate the use of advanced technologies to help optimize the business performance of our customers. We provide robust boards, platforms and user interfaces; real-time data connectivity solutions; and application enablement for state-of-the-art industrial computing, such as machine learning via AI-at-the-Edge. Together, these also enable innovative end-to-end IoT solutions in support of operational excellence or new revenue streams. ADLINK serves customers across vertical markets including: manufacturing, networking and communications, healthcare, infotainment, retail, energy, transportation, and government and defense.

ADLINK has a growing eco-system of industry leading technology partners; we are a Premier Member of the Intel® Internet of Things Solutions Alliance, a strategic embedded partner of NVIDIA, and an active contributor in many standards and interoperability initiatives, including Eclipse, ETSI, OCP, OMG, OpenFog, PICMG, ROS-I and SGeT.

ADLINK’s products are available in over 40 countries, either directly or through our worldwide network of value-adding distributors and systems integrators. ADLINK is ISO-9001, ISO-14001, ISO-13485 and TL9000 certified and is publicly traded on TAIEX (Stock Code: 6166).

For more information, please visit: www.adlinktech.com

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