Community update: Turing RK1, Turing Pi V2.5, Mini ITX case and more


Community update: Turing RK1, Turing Pi V2.5, Mini ITX case and more

Dear Community, Hope you’re all doing well. Here’s a quick scoop on what’s been happening on our end. Turing RK1 compute modules First off, a small snag. The 32GB RAM RK1 modules are delayed due to RAM chip high demand, and startups do not always get in the frontline situation. We’re looking to get updates […]

Announcing Firmware 2.0

We proudly announce that there is a new BMC-Firmware release coming up. ‘v2.0.0’ will be released within the next two weeks. It will contain some significant updates that should improve the overall user experience of the Turing Pi. In this blog post, we want to tell you more about what we have been cooking. Goodbye […]

Turing RK1 Compute Module: Exciting Updates and What’s Next

We are absolutely thrilled to bring you some of the latest and most exciting updates regarding the Turing RK1 Compute Module. Our team has been working diligently, conducting rigorous testing and refining our design, to present the best possible product for our valued customers. After a series of optimizations, we have finalized the Bill of […]

A Community-Driven BMC Firmware: An Open-Source Commitment

It’s a pleasure to meet you! I’m Sven Rademakers, and together with Ruslan, we’re the fresh faces stepping up as the new stewards of the BMC firmware repository. The Turing Pi comes pre-equipped with firmware, a contribution that’s already been significant for our community. However, we’re convinced that we’ve only just begun to tap into […]

Turing Pi mini ITX case current status

Here are the interim results for the Turing Pi 2 mini ITX case. At first, we wanted to find an OEM manufacturer and use their chassis frame to simply redesign the internal and external elements of the case. But later we abandoned this idea in favor of our own design. This resulted in the entire […]

Press release: Turing Pi 2 Launch

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Turing Pi clusters: from firmware to Terraform / Ansible / CLI

You have just got a new Turing Pi cluster board. Plugged the compute modules. So what do you do next? You would need to follow these steps to install the necessary software: It’s a big task. Moreover, if you want to test various software configurations to find the most suitable for your specific needs, ensure that […]

Use case: Hop down a rabbit hole to explore the endless possibilities of edge computing.

Nowadays, the services are deployed with cloud-native apps and microservice architectures. You could be beneficial from Kubernetes to build a robust application. Or you have integrated a Git server into the CI/CD pipeline to debug your applications. However, it is not that simple to emulate cloud systems when developing applications. If you are running applications […]

Use case: A user-friendly homelab for self-hosted apps.

There are many questions about what self-hosted applications can do or how they actually benefit our lives. In a nutshell, self-hosted applications are web services running directly in your house and not on someone’s servers. You can host thousands of web services, such as home-assistant, media streaming, gaming servers, office packages, and more! Imagine you […]

Use case: Learn cloud the hard way

There are many benefits to seeking a career in Information Technology (IT) industry. Maybe you aim for higher salaries, you wish to work remotely, or be ready for unlimited options in dozens of fields. You could develop software, configure hardware, audit security systems, or provide training and support to customers. Regardless of which role you […]