5G Converged Access Edge Solution
Easy to Deploy
5G Converged Access Edge Solution
Easy to Deploy
Why You Need MEC?

The number of IoT and services is increasing rapidly and is becoming difficult to manage remotely.

Software and hardware infrastructure are becoming more complicated, making it hard to maintain and update all field deployments in one step.

Practical experiences need to be digitally inherited to help drive decision-making.

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A complete solution for converged software and hardware
  • Provides a one-stop integrated platform for various machine vision demand situations.
  • Avoids redundant hardware investments in different edge application services.
High-speed experiences to enable the 5G era
  • Constructs a stable, high-speed, and low-latency packet transmission architecture.
  • Provides a secure structure for edge computing on private clouds.
  • Integrates multi-access through 5G, 4G/LTE, Wi-Fi, and Ethernet.
A one-stop platform to manage edge IoT security
  • Includes pre-integrated security applications to protect IoT devices, traffic channels, and all applications.
Our MEC Solution What is MEC?
Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC)
- An ETSI-defined network architecture concept.
- Enables cloud computing and IT service to be delivered at the network edge.
Enable your AIoT application to quickly deploy on edge computing platform
CAEP (Converged Access Edge Platform) assists in coping with the latest market challenges. Perobot has launched customized solutions based on Foxconn’s CAEP with machine vision applications to integrate people, vehicles, components, and things to meet the software and hardware integration requirements of various enterprises.

CAEP is cost-effective and adds value to existing services. It is based on an open standard structure and mainstream virtualized techniques that simplify the process of application deployment to the edge.
▽ Use Case - 01
Smart Building
Based on machine vision, Perobot provides smart access control solutions to enterprises rapidly and with high accuracy. The intuitive management dashboard can track cars by people, track things by cars, and track materials by things. This supports high availability (HA) functions and helps reduce the risk of service downtime.
▽ Use Case - 02
Smart Security Application
Enterprises can integrate facial recognition with other features and functions to develop customized applications such as intrusion detection, in-building per-person tracing, and security image analysis.
▽ Use Case - 03
Smart Retail Stores
Using facial recognition as a core function, retail stores can integrate the traffic flow of customers, sales items, motion, and theft security. Safety monitoring for conditions such as fire or smoke detection can also be integrated with machine vision monitoring.
▽ Use Case - 04
Robotics Application
By using facial recognition as a core function for service robots, industrial robots, image analysis, and automation. CAEP is also suitable for smart building, people flow management, factories, and enterprises.
Benefits and scenarios across all industries
How To Integrate Quickly ?

Step 1

Requirements analysis of automation situation

Step 2

Multi-access platform architecture planning

Step 3

Multi-service platform design

Step 4

Landing deployment and demonstration

Components in our Total Solution
About Converged Access Edge Platform (CAEP)
The CAEP management platform provides complete functions required for edge application deployment through a visual interface. This allows system integrators to use the shortest time possible to enhance the competitiveness of existing applications.

Customers can easily complete the deployment of edge nodes and edge applications through the CAEP management interface and optimize network application settings and maintenance. The visualized and user-friendly management interface of the CAEP platform allows users to easily grasp the entire network configuration and application deployment. By using the platform's monitoring and instant alarm functions to control the status of each node to each service, customers reduce risks of any service downtime.
Suggeted Hardware
Model FCDS-3081 FHES-6080 FHES-5211
Chassis 1RU 2RU 2RU
Processor 1 x Skylake D-2183 (16C) 1 x Skylake 6148/6248 (20C) 2 x Skylake 6148/6248 (2x20C)
Memory 64GB (4 RDIMMs, up to 128GB) 128GB (6 RDIMMs, up to 192GB) 128GB (24 RDIMMs, up to 768GB)
Storage 960GB M.2 NVMe/SATA SSD + 1 x SATA SSD 960GB NVMe/SATA SSD (SYS) + 960GB NVMe/SATA SSD (APP) 960GB M.2 SATA SSD + Up to 12 SAS/SATA HDD drivers
Network 4 x GbE RJ45, 4 x 10GbE SFP+ 1 x GbE RJ45 (management) 2 x 1GbE NICs (I210), NCSI support 1 x Intel AC9260 WIFI 2 x GbE RJ45 ports 2 x 10GbE SFP+ ports
PCle Expansion 1 x PCIe 3.0 x16 FHFL slot (GPU) or 2 x PCIe 3.0 x8 FHFL slots (VPU, QAT, NIC) 2 x PCIe 3.0 x16/x8 LP (GPU, FPGA) 3 x PCIe 3.0 x8 FHHL (VPU, NIC, QAT) 2 x PCIe 3.0 x16 FHHL (GPU, FPGA) 2 x PCIe 3.0 x8 LP (VPU, NIC, QAT)
Dimension 435(W) x 448(D) x 44(H) mm 448(W) x 408(D) x 87(H) mm 446(W) x 711(D) x 87(H) mm