CASwell Announces CAR-6028 Server Based On AMD EPYC For Secure, AI- And FPGA-Enhanced Networking
Next-Gen Server System With Up To 64 Ethernet Ports Can Host AI Or FPGA Cards For Intelligent And Easily Modifiable Networking Solutions
By: CASwell Inc.
For UTM, NGFW, IDS, ADC and BNG
Besides UTM the CAR-6028 excels in applications like Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) to cater organizations that wish to customize their security policies and prefer manual reporting and management. The NGFW can be enhanced by Intrusion Detection System (IDS) to monitor company networks for possible dangerous activity and application intelligence for even more sophisticated security algorithms.
The CAR-6028 is also invaluable in common networking tasks like Application Delivery Controller (ADC) and Server Load Balancing in data centers. On the network edge the system can be deployed as Edge Gateway and Edge Storage Server for fast data analysis and providing ultra-low latency and high performance. For mobile networks the CAR-6028 can be configured as 5G Broadband Network Gateway (BNG) to efficiently establish and aggregate user sessions while also offering value-added services, reduce churn and drive new revenue.
High-performance AMD EPYC processor
The CASwell CAR-6028 is based on a third generation AMD EPYC 7003 processor ("Milan") using the powerful and effective "Zen 3" microarchitecture. The CPU can be combined with a maximum of 256GB of DDR4-3200 main memory with ECC. Eight NiN network modules can provide up to 64 Ethernet ports with up to 100 GbE data transfer while one internal PCI Express Gen.4 x16 slot can speed up processing and networking performance with a low-profile GPU or FPGA card, e. g. for AI purposes or to enhance parallel processing.
The CAR-6028 can be configured according to customer demand or requirement and samples for customer evaluation will be available in the fourth quarter of 2021.
More information about the CASwell CAR-6028 can be found here: