Lancom launches software-based router for WAN connections

Wednesday 31 May 2017 | 18:20 CET | News
Lancom Systems is expanding its VPN portfolio with a software-based router for operation directly in virtualised server environments. The Lancom vRouter is Lancom's first VPN router/gateway platform that operates in conventional networks as well as in cloud environments.

With the help of the Lancom vRouter, companies can set up new WAN connections without having to buy and roll-out dedicated router hardware. The Lancom vRouter implements the virtualisation of central network functions (Network Function Virtualization / NFV). It operates as a decentralised router or central-site gateway in conventional enterprise networks, and also as an end point for secure VPN tunnels in Public and Private Cloud applications.

The top model Lancom vRouter offers up to 1,000 VPN IPsec tunnels along with an encryption performance of more than 3 Gbps. The entry-level and mid-range versions act as access routers to Private Cloud instances in virtualised data centres, for example, or in conventional customer data centres.

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