(This is the firmware storage module required to use OpenBMC on the KGPE-D16/KCMA-D8 boards - with it at last one can have feature equivalency with a proprietary system)
Great opportunity if you need but don't have one - they appear to be brand new.
Raptor says either the ASMB4 or the ASMB5 will work.
While the facebook version of OpenBMC is stripped down (they used that one for smaller firmware size afaik) and not as nice as the IBM OpenBMC found on the various OpenPOWER machines it is still secure and much nicer than the exploit filled default BMC firmware from ASUS.
Is it me, or is that thing a SPI flash chip on a PCB plus a few transistors? It seems like copying the PCB design is rather doable, or am I missing something?