Buffalo Technology introduces products to DLNA guidelines.
The first products designed to Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) guidelines have been introduced by Buffalo Technology, a company that designs, develops and manufactures wireless networking, storage and memory solutions.
The TeraStation (HS-D1.0TGL/R5) and LinkStation (HS-D300GL and HS-D400GL) Home Server products enable digital content to be stored and shared between any media device in the home and are intended for the mass consumer market.
The DLNA provides an interoperability standard for the digital home, enabling consumer electronics products and PCs to work together and allowing users to access and play music, videos or photos, regardless of the manufacturer(s) involved.
Buffalo Technology's LinkStation Home Server comprises a network attached storage (NAS) solution, available at GBP210 for 300GB or GBP280 for 400GB capacity, enabling users to add shared storage capacity to the home network. It provides a 10/100/1000 GB Ethernet port and Jumbo Frame capabilities for higher transfer speeds.
The TeraStation Home Server is a network attached storage device with four operating modes including RAID5. It provides extra data security and can be purchased for GBP480 in a 1TB capacity for reliable and cost-effective storage, Buffalo Technology said.
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|Title Annotation:||Digital Living Network Alliance|
|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Mar 2, 2006|
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