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== Artec Group ==
 
== Artec Group ==
  
[http://www.artecgroup.com Artec Group] runs LinuxBIOS on their Geode LX based [http://www.thincan.com DBE61 ThinCan] system.
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[http://www.artecgroup.com Artec Group] runs coreboot on their Geode LX based [http://www.thincan.com DBE61 ThinCan] system.
  
 
== Cluster Labs ==
 
== Cluster Labs ==
[http://www.cluster-labs.com/ Cluster Labs] sells a 1.1 GHz PIII cluster node with 1 GB memory, fast ethernet, and boots LinuxBIOS.  
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[http://www.cluster-labs.com/ Cluster Labs] sells a 1.1 GHz PIII cluster node with 1 GB memory, fast ethernet, and boots coreboot.  
  
 
== coresystems GmbH ==
 
== coresystems GmbH ==
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== Cray ==
 
== Cray ==
The Cray [http://www.cray.com/products/xd1/ Xd1] is an Opteron-based system which runs LinuxBIOS.  
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The Cray [http://www.cray.com/products/xd1/ Xd1] is an Opteron-based system which runs coreboot.  
  
 
== CW Linux ==  
 
== CW Linux ==  
[http://www.cwlinux.com CW Linux] offers pre-installed LinuxBIOS motherboards, SDK and related hardware for people want to use or develop applications on LinuxBIOS. It also provides professional services for custom LinuxBIOS-based system development.  
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[http://www.cwlinux.com CW Linux] offers pre-installed coreboot motherboards, SDK and related hardware for people want to use or develop applications on coreboot. It also provides professional services for custom coreboot-based system development.  
  
 
== i-TECH Corp. ==
 
== i-TECH Corp. ==
[http://www.i-tech.com/ i-TECH] is selling test and analysis tools with LinuxBIOS, including all its "Satellite" Fibre Channel analyzers (IFC-3016, IFC-4016, IFC-30, IFC40) and "PassPort"-based test and analysis tools.  
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[http://www.i-tech.com/ i-TECH] is selling test and analysis tools with coreboot, including all its "Satellite" Fibre Channel analyzers (IFC-3016, IFC-4016, IFC-30, IFC40) and "PassPort"-based test and analysis tools.  
  
 
== Linutop ==
 
== Linutop ==
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== Linux NetworX ==  
 
== Linux NetworX ==  
[http://www.linuxnetworx.com Linux NetworX], a major contributor to the LinuxBIOS project, sells a variety of cluster solutions with LinuxBIOS installed.  
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[http://www.linuxnetworx.com Linux NetworX], a major contributor to the coreboot project, used to sell a variety of cluster solutions with coreboot installed. LNXI was recently bought by Cray.
  
 
== LUCIDA ==
 
== LUCIDA ==
[http://www.lucidatech.com LUCIDA] is shipping several of their thin clients, e.g. the [http://www.lucidatech.com/product/lt2610.htm LT2610] and the [http://www.lucidatech.com/product/lt3712.htm LT3712] with LinuxBIOS, according to their website.
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[http://www.lucidatech.com LUCIDA] is shipping several of their thin clients, e.g. the [http://www.lucidatech.com/product/lt2610.htm LT2610] and the [http://www.lucidatech.com/product/lt3712.htm LT3712] with coreboot, according to their website.
  
 
== MikroTik ==
 
== MikroTik ==
[http://www.routerboard.com MikroTik] is offering the [http://216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:pT2IZCrEZEsJ:www.routerboard.com/pdf/RouterBOARD200SeriesA4-3-0.pdf+routerboard+linuxbios&hl=de&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=de Routerboard 200 series] which seems to be shipped with LinuxBIOS (devices from other Routerboard series might use LinuxBIOS, too).
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[http://www.routerboard.com MikroTik] is offering the [http://216.239.59.104/search?q=cache:pT2IZCrEZEsJ:www.routerboard.com/pdf/RouterBOARD200SeriesA4-3-0.pdf+routerboard+linuxbios&hl=de&ct=clnk&cd=1&gl=de Routerboard 200 series] which seems to be shipped with coreboot (devices from other Routerboard series might use coreboot, too).
  
 
== O.N.E. Technologies ==
 
== O.N.E. Technologies ==

Revision as of 18:57, 28 August 2008

Here's a list of vendors and their products running coreboot/LinuxBIOS. Please contact us if you wish to add your product to the following list.

Artec Group

Artec Group runs coreboot on their Geode LX based DBE61 ThinCan system.

Cluster Labs

Cluster Labs sells a 1.1 GHz PIII cluster node with 1 GB memory, fast ethernet, and boots coreboot.

coresystems GmbH

coresystems GmbH is offering coreboot based services and products. If you are a hardware/appliance vendor and want your system running coreboot, contact coresystems. As a coreboot contributor, coresystems is hosting the coreboot development repository, mailing list and web page.

Cray

The Cray Xd1 is an Opteron-based system which runs coreboot.

CW Linux

CW Linux offers pre-installed coreboot motherboards, SDK and related hardware for people want to use or develop applications on coreboot. It also provides professional services for custom coreboot-based system development.

i-TECH Corp.

i-TECH is selling test and analysis tools with coreboot, including all its "Satellite" Fibre Channel analyzers (IFC-3016, IFC-4016, IFC-30, IFC40) and "PassPort"-based test and analysis tools.

Linutop

Linutop is going to ship coreboot on their diskless computers.

Linux Labs

Linux Labs is selling LinuxBIOS Beowulf clusters comprised of 1U x86-based nodes with LinuxBIOS installed.

Linux NetworX

Linux NetworX, a major contributor to the coreboot project, used to sell a variety of cluster solutions with coreboot installed. LNXI was recently bought by Cray.

LUCIDA

LUCIDA is shipping several of their thin clients, e.g. the LT2610 and the LT3712 with coreboot, according to their website.

MikroTik

MikroTik is offering the Routerboard 200 series which seems to be shipped with coreboot (devices from other Routerboard series might use coreboot, too).

O.N.E. Technologies

O.N.E. Technologies offers coreboot on all their x86 products.

Silicon Mechanics

Silicon Mechanics will ship their Rackform nServ A236 with coreboot preinstalled if requested. See our news item from 2008/04/04.