Perils From The Edge – A Solution

turris-onamiaThere is a small company in the Czech Republic called Turris that developed a home and small office wireless router that may be the most secure small router available.  That is – when it’s available in April.  Right now its an Indegogo project.  You can pre-order it now for about $200.

This is an open-source project running OpenWrt.  According to the manufacturer, the router will be available in several versions, but they will all come with:

  • CPU 1.6 GHz dual-core ARM
  • RAM 1 GB DDR3
  • Storage 4 GB flash
  • LAN 5× Gbit port
  • WAN 1× Gbit port
  • SFP for fiber optics if fiber to the curb is available in your neighborhood.
  • USB 2× 3.0
  • Mini PCI Express 2×
  • mSATA / mini PCI Express 1×
    Wi-Fi (mini PCIe) 3×3 MIMO 802.11ac and 2×2 MIMO 802.11b/g/n
  • SIM card slot,
  • RTC with battery backup,
  • Crypto chip for secure random number generation,
  • Dimmable RGB LEDs,
  • Pin headers with GPIO, I²C, SPI and more.
  • Price starting at USD $99 (kit form)

Go ahead and give these guys a look.  I may be pre-ordering one myself soon.

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