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How To Build a SqueezeCenter Server with FreeNAS and a T5700

How To Build a SqueezeCenter Server with FreeNAS and a T5700The combination of a cast-off thin client and popular open source NAS distro make for a sweet little music server for Slim Devices' popular networked players.

HP MediaSmart Connect ready for pre-order

HP MediaSmart ConnectHP today announced that its MediaSmart Connect dual-mode media player is now available for pre-order.

HP mv5150 Media Vault Pro Review

HP mv5150 Media Vault Pro ReviewHP's revamped Media Vault aims for the small-biz crowd, but might be more suited to NAS-savvy home users.

New to the Charts: HP mv5150 MediaVault Pro

New to the Charts: HP mv5150 MediaVault Pro

The HP mv5150 Media Vault Pro is HP's refresh of its Linux-based Media Vault line. The attractive new enclosure takes its design cues from the troubled Windows Home Server-based Media Smart server. It is essentially a shorter version handling two drives. One is easily removable on a tool-less slide-out tray. The other drive also plugs into an internal backplane, but is not on a tray and requires removing four screws and a panel to access.

New HP dual-drive NASes now shipping

HP Media Vault mv2120

HP today announced that its new dual-drive Media Vault NASes are shipping.

June Estimate for Windows Home Server Data Corruption Fix

A post on the Windows Home Server Team Blog yesterday provided a heads-up for an update to the Microsoft Knowledge Base Article that fleshes out the data corruption problem that has been affecting some users since late last year.

HP intros new MediaVault NASes

HP isn't putting all its media serving eggs in the Windows Home Server basket and has turned back to Linux for a refresh of its dual-drive MediaVault line.

There are three new products, all built on the same shortened version of the four-drive MediaSmart server chassis, but powered by a Marvell NAS processor with 128 MB of RAM instead of the AMD CPU used on the MediaSmart server.

HP to intro Linux version of MediaSmart Server

Somehow the folks at Gizmodo got wind of a new, dual-drive version of HP's MediaSmart server. We're guessing that it will be officially unleashed at next week's Consumer Electronics show.

HP MediaSmart Server EX470 / EX475: Sexy, but not that Smart

HP Media Smart ServerThe first NAS to run Windows Home Server has a sexy look, but falls short in features and flexibility.

HP, Microsoft delay MediaSmart Server shipments

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and Microsoft have decided to delay shipment of the first product to use Microsoft's Windows Home Server operating system.

An HP spokesperson today said that the company and its partner Microsoft had decided to rework the MSS's software to make it more "user-friendly" to general consumers.

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