Fans of the Turris Omnia router may be excited that its MOX modular network device is now available for general retail sale after completing a successful Indiegogo campaign.
The MOX system is built around the MOX Start module (EUR 169), which contains a dual-core 1 GHz Marvell Armada CPU and 512/1024 MB of DDR memory. Like its Omnia predecessor, the MOX runs Turris OS, which is based on OpenWRT and has a particular focus on security features. A private cloud service is also available through a partnership with Nextcloud.
Additional modules enable the system to be configured as a router, switch, access point or server by snapping modules together. Available modules include 4 and 8 port Gigabit switches, quad USB 3.0 ports, SFP port, mPCIe and PoE adapters and two and three stream WiFi-5 (AC) radios.
Available now through Amazon.de and select European e-shops, the Turris MOX Start Module is priced at EUR 169, while additional modules range from EUR 46 to EUR 109. The Turris MOX Classic configuration with dual-band Wi-Fi and four Ethernet ports is EUR 299.
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