- Apple Inc.'s OS X,and iOS; the core of which (Darwin) is built on the XNU kernel (part Mach, part FreeBSD, part Apple-derived code). Much of the UNIX userland tools are mostly based on FreeBSD code.
- Blue Coat Systems network appliances
- Calexium MailFountain is an Email Center appliance based on FreeBSD 8.1
- Borderware appliances (firewall, VPN, Anti-SPAM, Web filter etc.) are based on a FreeBSD kernel.
- Check Point IPSO security appliances
- Citrix Systems Netscaler Application Delivery Software is based on FreeBSD.
- Coyote Point GX-series Web Acceleration and Load Balancer appliances
- Dell (was EqualLogic) iSCSI SAN arrays
- EfficientIP SOLIDserver DDI (DNS DHCP IPAM) appliances
- Halon Security H/OS 2.4 is based on FreeBSD 9.0
- Hobnob WirelessWAN
- IronPort AsyncOS is based on a FreeBSD kernel
- Isilon Systems' OneFS, the operating system used on Isilon IQ-series clustered storage systems
- Juniper Networks JUNOS
- JUNOS prior to 5.0 was based on FreeBSD 2.2.6.
- JUNOS between 5.0 and 7.2 (inclusive) is based on FreeBSD 4.2.
- JUNOS 7.3 and higher is based on FreeBSD 4.10.
- JUNOS 8.5 is based on FreeBSD 6.1
- JUNOS 10.0 is based on FreeBSD 7.
- KACE Networks's KBOX 1000 & 2000 Series Appliances and the Virtual KBOX Appliance
- LineRate Proxy appliances
- nCircle's IP360 security products use FreeBSD 6.x
- McAfee SecurOS, used in e.g. Firewall Enterprise (aka Sidewinder)
- NetApp filers based on Data ONTAP
- Netasq intrusion prevention appliances
- Netflix Open Connect appliances
- COMP VPN gateways, some of them certified by the Internal Security Agency for processing classified data
- Panasas parallel network storage systems
- Panasonic uses FreeBSD in their Viera TV receivers
- Sandvine's network policy control products
- Silicon Graphics International uses FreeBSD in their MAID disk arrays, formerly manufactured by COPAN.
- Sophos's Email Appliance
- Statseeker, Network Monitoring Software
- St. Bernard Software iPrism web filter appliance
- Symmetricom Timing Solutions
- The Weather Channel's IntelliStar local forecast computer
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