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SOHO NAS gadget runs Linux

Apr 25, 2007 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive
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Hammer Storage, a division of Bell Microproducts, used embedded Linux as the software platform in its flagship consumer network-attached storage (NAS) device. The “MyShare” NAS appliance runs Linux on an ARM9-based Marvell processor, and has two internal SATA II drives, for capacities up to 2… terabytes.

The MyShare device aims to help small businesses keep track of files, and home users keep track of music, photos, and video files. A firmware upgrade expected in mid-summer will add UPnP and iTunes streaming server capabilities.

Find out more about MyShare by clicking below to read our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: Hammer MyShare NAS device


 
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