Purism, a hardware and software manufacturer focused on security and privacy, has a reputation for Linux-based products such as Librem laptops and Librem 5 smartphones. This is also the company’s first involvement in enterprise-class server hardware products.
With Librem Server, Purism wants to provide a secure server architecture that does not cover proprietary firmware for businesses and companies of all sizes, providing easy-to-access security verification, and customizable enterprise support. Librem Server is based on Purism’s PureBoot technology, which has been widely used in the consumer space over the past year to support large companies such as NASA, Boeing, Toyota and GE.
Todd Weaver, founder and CEO of Purism, said, “Librem Server is something we’ve been working on for the past year at the request of many business customers who want coreboot’s security to play a role in the server infrastructure. With Librem Server, our customers will get a simple and effective solution. With Librem Server, Purism will continue its mission to create top-level security hardware and software that respects user privacy and provides cutting-edge security features that are not available elsewhere. “
With PureBoot tamper detection, out-of-the-box Coreboot support, and the disablement of Intel’s management engine (ME), Librem Server has the comprehensive quality of the best server hardware available today, and supports fully secure boot process, kernel and boot tamper detection, and through Librem Key USB security token support to serve as an additional layer of security.
Most importantly, Librem Server promises its customers Purism Manufacturer Warranty, as well as a range of corporate support that meets the company’s business needs. In addition, customers will be able to take advantage of Purism’s recently released anti-blocking service for additional security to ensure that hardware is not tampered with during transportation.
For price information, hardware configuration, support options, and more, visit the official Librem Server website.