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Asset is a free media server add-in from Illustrate (developers of the RipNAS home server and RipNAS Essentials CD Ripping add-in) which improves the audio streaming capabilities of Windows Home Server, in a similar way to commercial products like Twonky Media Server.
Microsoft today announce the imminent release of Windows Home Server Power Pack 2, and if you’ve been baying for better integration between Media Center and Home Server, there’s good news in store.
The Cisco Media Hub is at the forefront of the network giant’s new push into the consumer space. We got hands on with the new hardware and found that it sets a new standard in ease of use with a polished user experience that’s great to use remotely or in the home. There’s still a few niggles to iron out, and it’s most definitely not a backup device in the way Windows Home Server is – but what it does, it does with style.
Targeted at the audiophile market, we take a look at Illustrate’s new RipNAS hardware and find it to be a great looking, silent-running home server. But great design comes at a price.
RipNAS arrives from Illustrate and whilst we’re getting to know it a little better for review, check out the first unboxing shots.
Forthcoming add-in will make installation of Squeezebox controller software a cinch on Windows Home Server.