Storever Introduces Completely Silent Microserver for Open Source Applications

Storever has introduced a completely silent microserver, OpenBrick, designed for open source and free software applications such as GNU/Linux or FreeBSD. It is easy to use and can be used as a SOHO server, firewall with strong encryption IPSEC tunneling, thin client, and more. The device is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand and includes a PCMCIA slot for additional connectivity options. OpenBrick is distributed as an open and affordable embedded platform, allowing users to publish and share knowledge and configuration information on the website. Retailers market professional services with added value but keep low margins on the hardware itself to make it accessible to everyone. The device is compatible with x86 instructions and uses Compact Flash cards, making it easy to prepare a configuration on a PC before running it on the OpenBrick.