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 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 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.
Dynamic DNS service provider Tzolkin Corporation (TZO), today announced it will supply embedded dynamic DNS services for the new HP MediaSmart Server product announced at the 2007 Consumer Electronics Show.
The HP MediaSmart Server helps consumers access their digital assets from any computer or digital entertainment center on the home network and is slated to ship later this year. TZO will allow HP customers to select a personal web address for easy and secure remote access to the HP product.
HP and Cingular Wireless today announced availability of what is claimed to be the first notebook PC in the United States to feature built-in global mobile broadband capabilities.
HP said its Compaq nc6400 Notebook PC with integrated Cingular Wireless UMTS/HSDPA-based technology is the first notebook with a tri-band UMTS modem supporting data rates of up to 3.6 Mbps. It can access mobile broadband service in the United States via Cingular Wireless BroadbandConnect or high-speed EDGE services and in more than 115 countries where UMTS or GPRS/EDGE networks are available.