Digital Media Servers Temple TX

Digital media servers can work as hardware for data storage and data transfer. See below for local businesses in Temple that provide access to digital media servers as well as advice and content on computer hardware and external storage solutions.

Jeffrey Basile Concurrent Tech
(254) 773-4979
1201 Larkspur Ln
Temple, TX
 
Lanham Software
(254) 773-2513
2801 W Avenue T
Temple, TX
 
McLane Group
(254) 774-5200
4001 Industrial Blvd
Temple, TX
 
Superior Network Services
(254) 791-3033
7351 N General Bruce Dr
Temple, TX
 
Children's Software Online
(254) 938-7633
477 Country Place Rd
Troy, TX
 
P D I
(254) 771-7100
3407 S 31st St
Temple, TX
 
Electronics Boutique
(254) 791-4446
3387 S 31st St
Temple, TX
 
Strategic Software Technologies in
(254) 791-5191
1414 E Young Ave
Temple, TX
 
Texas Networking Solutions
(254) 899-2858
9 N 5th St
Temple, TX
 
Galaxy Cablevision
(800) 477-1473
9324A West Highway 290 Austin
Salado, TX
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Digital Photo - WD ShareSpace

WD ShareSpace

Offers 8 TB of capacity and faster transfer speeds

LAS VEGAS – (PMA BOOTH # R260) -- March 3, 2009 - WD® (NYSE: WDC), the world’s leader in external storage solutions, today announced that WD ShareSpace™ network storage systems now offer 8 TB (terabytes) of capacity, up to 30 percent faster transfer speeds, and DLNA[2] media streaming capabilities. Combined with its ease-of-use and small footprint, WD ShareSpace is now a more compelling solution for small offices and digital media enthusiasts who want to store, protect and share massive amounts of content.

Responding to small-business customers’ needs for increased shared storage, WD incorporated its industry-first 2 terabyte WD Caviar® Green™ drive into WD ShareSpace’s flexible four-bay design, creating a massive 8 TBs of storage in a small footprint.

The included WD Anywhere Backup™ software provides automatic and continuous protection for the valuable data from every PC and Mac on the network.

To speed up both backup and storage, WD improved WD ShareSpace’s read and write speeds up to 30 percent for large media files. Current WD ShareSpace owners may download the new firmware update ( http://www.wdc.com/en/products/wdsharespace ) to experience these performance improvements.

Twenty-six percent of broadband households worldwide find it very appealing to be able to play PC-stored content on their TV, and the majority of consumers buying network storage cite as important the ability to serve content to other devices (58 percent), according to a recent Parks Associates studies (Aug. 2008).

To meet the needs of digital media enthusiasts, WD added a DLNA Certified media server to the WD ShareSpace system, making it easy to stream music, photos and videos to popular DLNA-Certified devices including Windows® Vista® PCs, Playstation®3, and Xbox 360®. The previously included iTunes® Music Server lets anyone on the network stream the music collection on WD ShareSpace to any PC or Mac running iTunes.

“With its huge capacity and small footprint, WD ShareSpace has become a popular choice among small business owners. By doubling capacity and increasing transfer speeds, the new 8 TB WD ShareSpace offers more value to small business users,” said Jim Welsh, senior vice president and general manager of WD’s branded products and consumer electronics groups. “Digital media enthusiasts, on the other hand, will really appreciate the new streaming support which lets them easily stream to PCs, Macs and game consoles. With the new WD ShareSpace, we have made important improvements for all our customers.”
 
Price and Availability
The new 8 TB capacity will be available this week at WD’s online store ( www.shopwd.com ). WD ShareSpace network storage systems also are offered in capacities of 2 TB and 4 TB. MSRP for the WD ShareSpace storage system with 8 TB is $1,699.99 USD.

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