Lightning Wire Labs is the company behind the flagship series of IPFire appliances. They are developing reference hardware that has been optimised to work perfectly together with IPFire.
For deployments in larger companies and authorities, or in schools with hundreds of students accessing the Internet, there are rack-mountable appliances available that get the maximum out of IPFire and being power-efficient at the same time.
For small businesses, home offices or remote offices, a series of smaller appliances is available that bring the full set of features of IPFire in a small form-factor.
In an even smaller form-factor, there is a new series of appliances that are designed to connect equipment of the Internet of Things to the Internet.
Virtual appliances are also available on Amazon Web Services.
|IPFire Premium Appliance||IPFire Professional Appliance||IPFire Eco Appliance||IPFire Duo Box||IPFire Nano Box|
|Revision||Rev 1.1||Rev 3.0||Rev 4.0||Rev 2.0||Rev 1.1|
|Processor Series||Intel Xeon||Intel Core i3||Intel Celeron||Intel Broadwell1)||ARMv7 Quad-Core|
|Memory||16 GB||8 GB||4 GB||2 GB2)||512 MB|
|Ethernet Adapters||4x 1G||4x 1G||4x 1G||2x 1G||2x 100M|
|Throughput3)||~940 MBit/s||~940 MBit/s||~940 MBit/s||~940 MBit/s||??? MBit/s|
|AES 256 CBC||~520 MByte/s||~400 MByte/s||~20 MByte/s||~93 MByte/s||~20 MByte/s|
|AES 256 GCM||???||???||???||~89 MByte/s||~6.5 MByte/s|
|Typical Load||~29 W||~29 W||~13 W||~6 W||~1W|
|Full Load||~95 W||~48 W||~27 W||~10 W||~2W|
Yes, some of the appliances are affected. There is an extra page that lists which appliances is affected by which vulnerability and how they are mitigated.