CASwell Launches CAR-3070 1U Solution Utilizing Server-Performance Intel Skylake Processor

For Software Defined Networking (SDN) And Network Function Vitalization (NFV) Applications

04/25/2017 – CAR-3070, the latest network communication security platform from CASwell Inc., is a 1U rackmount system based on Intel® 6th Generation (codenamed Skylake) core processors i7/i5/i3/Pentium® G3/G4 family and Intel PCH Q170/C236 chipset. The CAR-3070 features four DDR4 DIMMs, up to 2133MHz memory; flexible user interface; up to 16 RJ45/SFP ports by one swappable CASwell NIC module and one standard NIC. It also supports onboard eight RJ45 and four SFP ports, other features include maximum of four 2.5˝ SATA HDDs, one IPMI 2.0, management ports, RJ45 console, micro USB console and two USB3.0 ports, 250W ATX 80PLUS power supply. The whole system is designed with an 85 percent field replaceable unit (FRU), including fan, power supply, NIC module and HDD tray, to provide a convenient maintenance solution.

The CASwell CAR-3070 is implemented with front I/O flexibility and a multi-function design concept. Customers can select various combinations of 2.5˝ HDD/SSD, copper/fiber media, GbE/10GbE/40GbE and third-party hardware acceleration smart module. In addition, the system equips a graphical/character LCD display module with function buttons. Inside the system, CASwell has reduced physical cable/wire connections to maximize airflow and electronic signal quality.

CASwell’s CAR-3070 system platform is targeted at software defined networking (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV) applications, as well as traditional network security applications, such as firewall, VPN, IDS/IPS, anti-spam, anti-virus, UTM and WAN, and network management applications such as Virtualized Data Center, ADC, QoS, server load balancer, wireless controller, and industrial automation control via Ethernet TCP/IP.

Learn more about the CASwell CAR-3070.