Home router is necessary to connect you to the internet but it is idle most of the time, just eating electricity. Why not use it for more tasks?
With powerful hardware, Turris Omnia can handle gigabit traffic and still be able to do much more. You can use it as a home server, NAS, printserver and it even has a virtual server built-in.
Omnia uses an operating system based on OpenWrt. This means that you have an open Linux distribution in your device and can do anything you want. The source code is publicly available online.
Unlike most other routers, Turris Omnia gets automatic updates to core components of the system for the lifetime of the device. Your home is thus protected from new cyber threats.
Omnia sends information about suspicious data streams to the Turris headquarters. The data recieved from thousands of routers are compared and if an attack is identified, updates are sent to all Turris devices.
Thanks to the 2GB RAM of Omnia you can use a built-in virtual server to run any Linux distribution (even Ubuntu or Debian) without risk to the main system.
There is malicious traffic trying to get into your network from the internet and infect your devices. Fortunately, the Turris router is capable of monitoring all the traffic.
When the Turris router detects suspicious traffic, it sends its fingerprint into the Turris headquarters. The information is evaluated there, compared with data from other Turris routers and in case an attack is detected, a protection is prepared.
A new security fix is created and distributed to all Turris routers. Thus the users help to protect each other by sharing information about new security threats.
Your home network, containing many devices often without any resistance to outside attacks, is protected.
CPU Marvell Armada 385
Wi-Fi 802.11ac with speeds up to
RAM DDR3 up to
USB 3.0 with speeds up to
Thanks to the two USB 3.0 ports and powerful CPU you can use Omnia also as a NAS with a performance of dedicated NAS storage, just for costs to run the device.
The internal network setup of Omnia is unique amongst home routers. Utilizing three gigabit ethernet lines, it offers better performance and more configuration options.
If you have an FTTH (Fiber To The Home) type of connection, Omnia can fully replace devices which have been connecting your home to the internet until now. Just insert the correct SFP module.
With use of USB or miniPCIe LTE modem you can create a backup connection and easily set its activation up in the situation when the main connection is not available.
All of the twelve diodes are fully programmable. Set any color, brightness, flashing interval or turning off at night.
With three powerful antennas and possibility of adding two more LTE antennas Omnia always guarantees smooth data transfer.
Omnia contains three mPCIe slots therefore offers enough space not just for Wi-Fi cards, but also for LTE modem or disk controller.
The adapter is not on the plug, but on the cable. This keeps the remaining sockets free.
Even if you install tons of programs, you still have some space left for other stuff.
Lack of entropy can be a security weakness. That's why Omnia has a special cryptochip.
Information about exact time is very important for cryptography. When it is missing, it can facilitate an attack.
Set up an encrypted connection to your corporate or home network with a few clicks.
backers believed in Omnia from the beginning
was raised for the development and serial production of Omnia