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 running coreboot/LinuxBIOS. Please contact us if you wish to add your product to the following list.
Cluster Labs sells a 1.1 GHz PIII cluster node with 1 GB memory, fast ethernet, and boots LinuxBIOS.
coresystems GmbH is offering coreboot/LinuxBIOS based services and products. As a coreboot contributor, coresystems is hosting the coreboot development repository and web page.
The Cray Xd1 is an Opteron-based system which runs LinuxBIOS.
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.
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.
Linutop is going to ship coreboot on their diskless computers.
Linux NetworX, a major contributor to the LinuxBIOS project, sells a variety of cluster solutions with LinuxBIOS installed.
O.N.E. Technologies offers LinuxBIOS on all their x86 products.