Since the campaign finished late last year, we have been working on getting the Ten64 into production. Among other things, we have set up production in a new facility, built a test run of production boards, passed compliance tests, and updated the distribution compatibility list. Read the full update.
The author of the Kismet wireless monitoring framework test-drives the Ten64 as a base platform. Read the full update to see how it performed. Read the full update.
This post has some good news about our campaign's progress. It also takes an in-depth look at cellular and 5G communications with the Ten64. Read the full update.
Learn how to do simple virtualization on the Ten64 using μVirt. There's also a bonus video showing how to build self-contained Kubernetes clusters. Read the full update.
One key differentiator of Ten64 from general-purpose and media-oriented appliances is the networking-oriented acceleration capabilities of Ten64's LS1088 System-on-Chip. Read the full update.
Here's a demo (with video and source code!) showing how to stream radio to internet using LimeSDR and Ten64. Read the full update.
In this update, we review how Ten64 can be used with various home automation technologies, like Home Assistant, OpenHAB, and WebThings. Read the full update.
Are you looking for a NAS solution for Ten64? Good news - we have been working with the Rockstor open source NAS distribution to do just that! We've also changed and added pledge levels to better accommodate building a full NAS with Ten64. Read the full update.
Want to know more about Ten64's 10G networking capabilities? This update has details, benchmarks, and lots of advice for getting the best network performance out of the hardware. Read the full update.
Backer Thomas N. used the Ten64 to build a private, secure cloud infrastructure for his home network. Read the full update to learn how he did it. Read the full update.
Ten64 is well-equipped for continuous integration and continuous delivery. Here's a detailed look at the full hardware and software setup we use for CI/CD on Ten64. But first, some details on an Ask Me Anything (AMA) this Wednesday and recently added NVMe SSD options that can ship with your Ten64 order. Read the full update.
We’re excited to announce that the Ten64 campaign is live. Ten64 is a networking-focused appliance with an eight-core, ARM64 CPU with lots of flexibility. It can address a variety of use cases with support for up to 32 GB of RAM, NVMe SSDs, wireless modules, SATA cards, and AI accelerator cards. Read the full update.
Apologies for the very long wait between updates – at Traverse we have been very busy not only on the Ten64 but a couple of other ongoing projects – and we were unable to launch Ten64 last year as planned. Read the full update.
Today we announced the Ten64, a new networking-focused board based on NXP's Layerscape LS1088A SoC. This replaces the previously-planned LS1043 design (Five64). Read the full update.
A few weeks ago, we received our new OEM model ("LS1043S") prototypes, and we have been busy testing them and sending out samples to our initial customers. Read the full update.
Since our last update, we have been busy designing the next iteration of our LS1043 platform, called the 'LS1043S.' Read the full update.
We've been making progress on the prototypes and have upgraded the specifications of the Five64. Read the full update.