Well we now have four more OEM partners added to the list of Windows Home Server hardware manufactures. Iomega, Fujitsu-Siemens, Velocity Micro and Tranquil PC.
The Iomega, is an expandable consumer networking product that will include up to four hot-swappable drives and the Fujitsu Siemens unit, called the “Scaleo Home Server,” will include 500GB of storage.
The Velocity Micro unit can be oriented either horizontally or vertically and will use use an Intel Conroe-like processor with DDR2 RAM. It will also have have SATA II (with NCQ) hard drives, gigabit Ethernet, eSATA, and will launch at an “extremely competitive price”.
And finally the Tranquil PC T7 can again be oriented either horizontally or vertically and via an optional bracket can be mounted on the wall or in a car. Its a very small unit and is fan less.
We cant wait to see all four units in action. The WHS hardware scene is defiantly hotting up!
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