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Hawe Telecom leverages Wiwynn to enhance CDN with MEC server

Hawe Telecom leverages Wiwynn to enhance CDN with MEC server

Hawe Telekom, a Polish telecommunications service provider, has teamed up with Wiwynn Corporation, a cloud IT infrastructure provider, to launch an edge data center data processing network. The companies say the edge DC data processing network enables efficient streaming of online events with low latency.

Hawe Telekom delivers solutions leveraging 5G connectivity and its network infrastructure. As part of its long-term strategy, the company collaborated with its technological partner, Wiwynn, to cater to the demand for an advanced content delivery network.

According to the companies, the edge data center data processing network uses a dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) transmission system that assures unlimited data transmission. The DWDM transmission system is a fiber optic transmission technique that involves multiplexing various wavelength signals onto a single fiber.

“We would like to make sure that Hawe Telekom’s CDN is a product of the highest quality, that’s why we focused on Wiwynn, which is the market leader in servers for edge computing applications. I am sure that this will guarantee us the security, quality of broadcasts, and the continuity of transmission of sports and cultural events transmitted online,” said Piotr Pomin, director of the department network operations center at Hawe Telekom.

The technology partner, Wiwynn Corporation, uses its ES200 custom-made MEC server in this project. The ES200 offers high performance, flexible storage and improved connectivity to enable faster data processing and a high bandwidth network connection.

To elaborate, the ES200 is a stand-alone 2U multi-access edge computing server with Intel Xeon scalable processors with built-in deep learning acceleration. The company claims this edge computing platform comes with 80 processor cores to provide a 40 percent performance improvement. Wiwynn’s ES200 also supports Intel Software Guard Extension, which secures data and applications while optimizing specific workloads according to the company.

Wiwynn earlier this year introduced a new hardware platform that deploys low-latency edge software. The company designed the EP100 platform for private 5G Open RAN, core network, and edge computing applications. The company says the platform has been field-tested and complies with the Open Compute Project (OCP) standards.

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