Routers from campaign were delivered in 2016. It is planned to end InDemand phase of campaign in November 2016 and start selling routers through resellers, such as Alza.cz, which operates in many European countries.
The Turris Omnia is designed to provide its owner with freedom in use. As such it uses open-source software. In addition, the creators published the electrical schematics. A second design decision is to provide the router with automated software updates, so software vulnerabilities can be addressed quickly, a unique feature among SOHO routers.
The Turris Omnia runs the TurrisOS, an OpenWrt derivative. It is powered by a 1.6 GHz dual-core Marvell Armada 385 ARM CPU. The base model has 1 GB RAM and 8 GB flash storage, a real-time clock with battery backup, a SFP module and a hardware cryptographically secure pseudorandom number generator. Via Mini PCI Express it supports WIFI in the form of 3×3 MIMO 802.11ac and the older 2×2 MIMO 802.11b/g/n. Its connectivity consists of:
- 1 WAN and 5 LAN GBit ports
- 2 USB 3.0 ports
- 2 Mini PCI Express
- 1 mSATA / mini PCI Express
- 1 SIM card slot
It is possible to buy expansion to 2GB of RAM.
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