ADLINK to exhibit at Edge Computing Congress 2018
ADLINK Technology will attend Edge Computing Congress from Sept. 18 - 20 in Berlin. At the event, ADLINK will exhibit its carrier-grade network security platform CSA-7400 and latest AI training platform ALPS-4800. In addition, Xavier Serra, business development manager at ADLINK, will give a speech about “MEC solutions for different vertical markets: NFV/SDN, 5G, Smart Cities and IIOT.”
Edge Computing Congress is a meeting point for global leading operators and vendors to discuss the most pressing topics of Edge Computing, covering 5G networks, cyber security, artificial intelligence, augmented and virtual reality, IoT and Industry 4.0.
ADLINK’s CSA-7400 is a next-generation, high performance, carrier grade COTS network security platform built on the Open Compute Carrier-grade Edge Reference Architecture (OCCERA) by ADLINK, integrating network interfaces, switches, and overall computing capacity. The CSA-7400’s flexibility and configurability enables cross-business product deployment and easy integration to other high-end network security markets, such as next-generation firewalls, telecommunications, and multi-access edge computing. Featuring high throughput capacity and I/O density, parallel computing and computing density, carrier-grade high availability, and support for standardized API management, the application-ready platform CSA-7400 meets the stringent requirements for network security systems, and enhances solution integrators’ competitive positions by allowing them to focus their development efforts on differentiating end applications.
ADLINK’s ALPS-4800 platform is its latest AI training platform validated with up to 8 NVIDIA Tesla P100/V100 accelerators in 4U server design, providing a workload conscious and optimized acceleration system more than just a hardware server system for Machine Learning (ML), Deep Learning (DL) and High Performance Computing (HPC) applications for smart factor, smart city, mobile robotics, defense, medical, and digital security and surveillance (DSS). Integrating a server node powered by dual Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, a PCIe expansion box with PCIe switching, the ALPS-4800 platform is highly configurable and scalable to support a combination of up to 8 NVIDIA GPUs depending on the needs of applications, supporting different workloads and demands, multiple topologies and bandwidths between GPUs and CPUs with simple cable routing adjustments. Moreover, InfiniBand support allows the platform to be easily scaled up to multiple GPU clusters.