The Turris Omnia is a WiFi router offering direct support for virtual servers. It provides a wide range of interfaces and peripherals to achieve maximum performance.
More than a router.
An Open Source home centre.
A router is necessary to connect to the internet, but most of the time it is unoccupied and just sits there eating up electricity. Then why not use it in a different way?
With its powerful hardware, the Turris Omnia can handle many other tasks even when processing gigabit traffic. You can use it as a home server, NAS, or a print server, and it even offers built-in support for virtual servers.
The high-performance dual-core 1.6GHz ARM processor comes close to the performance of PC processors.
2GB of RAM and 8GB of flash memory allow you to use the router for various tasks.
The router offers secure default configuration, easy setup and automatic firmware update.
The software is constantly being developed thanks to the data gathered from Project: Turris.
Open hardware with open-source Turris OS operating system.
You can use your device as a DLNA server, add a DVB-T tuner, sound card, or a webcam.