The Vault is a small form network appliance built for use as a firewall / router, virtualization platform, a daily-driven personal computer, and more. The VP2410 is based on a 4 network port design that leverages a low power, but versatile Intel Celeron J4125 CPU. This CPU supports AES-NI, Intel’s Hardware Acceleration for Encryption. The Vault uses standard Intel components (including Intel network ports) which results in compatibility with a variety of operating systems, including a number of open source firewall projects. The Vault is fanless so it has no moving parts, which results in an incredibly durable platform that can be used in less than ideal environments. Its all aluminum enclosure (no plastic here) is a giant heat sink, keeping the CPU cool.
The VP2410 can accommodate up to 16GB DDR4 RAM and 2TB m.2 SATA SSD storage drive (Note: The VP2410 supports m.2 SATA drives, not NVMe drives). The built-in 8GB eMMC module can be used for booting a light-weight OS for example, or for use as optional storage.
Note: Unfortunately Mac support for the serial connection drivers is not currently available. For the latest Windows drivers please see this link (link)
For more information on tested OS compatibility with the Vault, please see this link.