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QNAP Systems today announced the release of firmware for its TS-109 and TS-209 NASes that supports DLNA media streaming to Sony's PS3 and Microsoft's Xbox360.

All multimedia contents stored on the QNAP NASes can now be automatically shared to a PS3 or an Xbox360 in the home network. Users can play their stored photos and videos on a TV, or listen to the music via their Hi-Fi system.

The new firmware build upgrades the TwonkyMedia server to version 4.4 to enhance the interoperability with PS3 and Xbox360. The free firmware upgrade is available for download now.

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