Windows Home Server news here at CES has been pretty thin on the ground, with only LaCie announcing their forthcoming Windows Home Server product. There wasn’t even any mention of Windows Home Server in the CES keynote yesterday.
So it is great to see that today Tranquil PC have announced the launch of their new SQA-5H Windows Home Server which is powered by the new Intel D510 CPU.
We did a review of the Series 1 model last year which you can read by clicking here.
We hope to have one for review shortly, so watch this space.
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For now, you can read more below.
Tranquil PC – Manchester UK
7th January 2010
Home Server Powered by latest Intel D510 CPU
Tranquil PC are pleased to announced the immediate availability of the SQA-5H Series 2 Home Servers.
The established 5x HDD Home Server systems are powered by the latest D510 CPUs from Intel. This latest CPU is a two chip solution (The D510 – CPU/GFX and the NM10 – I/O) – compared to the previous regular 3 chip solution. This new CPU + controller has a total TDP of 15W – over 50% power saving when compared to the original systems.
Running the very latest builds of Windows Home Server (PP3) from Microsoft and the AVA Media Add In, the SQA-5H are ideal not only for Home Server duties, but as a tool for automatically creating and centralising your Home Media
The SQA-5H Series 2 systems are now available – and are shipping at the same prices as the original SQA-5H Home Servers