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Timothy Daleo is a Project Resource Analyst and Oracle Applications Trainer in Pasadena, California. In addition to financial analysis, Tim has been developing training materials since 2003 and supporting direct projects through various auxiliary databases since 2005.
I had the opportunity to test the Western Digital WD Sentinel DX4000 Small Office Storage Server over the last few months and have been impressed with the performance and storage capacity of this great compact server. Read on to find out more about the WD Sentinel DX4000.
Today WD has announced the release of their WD Sentinel DX4000 in 4TB and 8TB models running Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials. This small office storage server offers complete protection for your data, PCs and remote access. With a 4TB model selling for $949 it is a great deal in todays market.
Storage & NAS
The Dual Core Atom X310 Data Vault with 1TB and 2GB of memory and WHS v1 is now available at Newegg for $299 after rebate. These are no longer available for order on HP so if you have been waiting for a deal on a great HP small form factor server then today might just be your day. Check out the link for this great deal!
With a release date of 07/18/11, you can now preorder the SiliconDust HDHomeRun PRIME 6CC for $499.99. This new six tuner CableCARD tuner would compliment any HTPC system that currently uses cable and Windows Media Center.
SiliconDust has just announced that the new HDHomeRun PRIME is available for preorder with a ship date of June 29, 2011. This is a major milestone for SiliconDust and we are excited to see the PRIME hit the market. Read on to find out more about the PRIME!
How To's & Guides
SATA III drives are close to the same price as SATA II drives so if you have a motherboard that supports SATA III now might be the time to upgrade hard drives! Check out this short article on upgrading to the next SATA spec!
Storage & NAS
After the installation of Windows Home Server 2011 RTM on my HP ProLiant MicroServer I found myself wanting to add a USB 3.0 card to increase my off-site backup speeds. If you have a ProLiant MicroServer, or are thinking of buying one, check out our 17 minute video that completely tears it apart!