I'll be ordering one of these soon -- I've been using the test builds for several months and am very impressed -- the back-up, media sharing, and remote access features are very useful.
Right on schedule, Microsoft announced that its Windows Home Server software is off to the presses. This clears the way for HP, Gateway, LaCie, Medion, and now Iomega and Fujitsu Siemens, (both also announced today, the latter in Europe only) to begin selling their Home Server-powered hardware later this quarter.
For more on the history of the product, see this WHS team blog post.
Windows Home Server off to production, gets new partners | Tech news blog - CNET News.com
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