Traverse Ten64

by Traverse Technologies

An eight-core ARM64 networking platform with mainline Linux support

View all updates Sep 30, 2020

Campaign is Live!

by Mathew M

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.

Perfect for consolidating your networking and local application needs into one box, and for those who can’t get enough speed! Check out our main project page for all the details.

I know many of you have been following us for a while through different iterations of the project — many thanks for your continued interest. Coming up, we have a good slate of demos and feature announcements, so stay tuned!

About the Author

Mathew M

mcbridematt  ·   Melbourne, Australia


$35,454 raised

of $60,000 goal

59% Funded

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$579

Ten64 Complete Kit

This version of Ten64 is deeply discounted for this Crowd Supply campaign. A fully assembled and tested mainboard comes installed in a custom metal enclosure with a fan and optional RAM with ECC. Also included are a 60 W power supply with regional power cord, a USB-C console cable, a recovery microSD card, a SIM eject tool, and a hex key, as you'd expect with any good piece of hardware.


$70

NAS DIY Kit

Turn your Ten64 into a network-attached-storage (NAS) device! This kit includes everything you need to install a Ten64 mainboard into a mini-ITX-compatable enclosure: ATX power adapter, heatsink fan, I/O faceplate, and four-port SATA controller based on the Marvell 9215 chipset. Ten64 mainboard and enclosure not included.


$56

NVMe SSD

This SanDisk solid-state drive (SSD) fits inside the standard Ten64 enclosure and interfaces to the mainboard via NVMe. The 128 GB drive (P/N SDAPMUW-128G-1022) is compatible with both the M.2 Key M and M.2 Key B slots on Ten64's mainboard, whereas the 256 GB drive (P/N SDBPNPZ-256G) and 512 GB drive (P/N SDBPNPZ-512G) are only compatible with the M.2 Key M slot. These drives are only available when purchased with a Ten64. User installation required.

Credits

Traverse Technologies

Traverse is a design house focusing on broadband and machine-to-machine applications. Our key areas of expertise are in wireline (xDSL), wireless (LTE), and embedded Linux with an aim to leverage open source technologies such as Linux and OpenWrt as much as possible.


Guy Ellis

SI and DFM Engineer

Mathew McBride

Product Architect

Brett Hahnel

PCB Layout and CAD

Sean Yang

SW Developer

Dennis Monks

SW Dev Leader

Vaughn Coetzee

Firmware Developer


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