The wiki is being retired!
Documentation is now handled by the same processes we use for code: Add something to the Documentation/ directory in the coreboot repo, and it will be rendered to https://doc.coreboot.org/. Contributions welcome!
Here's a list of vendors and their products or services related to coreboot. Please contact us if you wish to add your product/company to the list.
Raptor Engineering is now selling assembled KCMA-D8 and KGPE-D16 workstations/servers with coreboot pre-installed.
Note: Raptor performed the coreboot port for the KCMA-D8/KGPE-D16
corehost is the first hosting provider in the world to deploy hardware that runs coreboot. You can rent virtual or dedicated servers based on hardware that runs coreboot.
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.
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.
Gluglug sells laptops with libreboot (a variant of coreboot) and Trisquel GNU/Linux pre-installed. The company also offers an installation service for libreboot, where you can ship your libreboot-compatible system to the company to get it flashed.
Linutop is going to ship coreboot on their diskless computers.
O.N.E. Technologies offers coreboot on all their x86 products and offers coreboot development services.
Sage Electronic Engineering
Sage Electronic Engineering has developed the Sage SmartProbe and EDK for AMD systems development and debug. Sage also offers coreboot, Linux, and systems development services.
Silicon Mechanics will ship their Rackform nServ A236 with coreboot preinstalled if requested. See our news item from 2008/04/04. The Rackform nServ A255 uses the same motherboard, and is also available with coreboot.
VIA is helping the coreboot community support new EPIA mainboards and VIA chipsets with several code donations and open programming guides. With key input from VIA, coreboot will soon support over 30 Mini-ITX mainboards. These mainboards are made by VIA, Jetway, Phitronics and MSI featuring the VIA C7 CPU, CN700 and VT8237 chipset.
The Linux VIA Portal aims to expand cooperation with open source communities by providing drivers, chipset programming manuals and source code for select Linux distributions to technical software developers.