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Linux powers high-end multimedia server

Oct 3, 2006 — by LinuxDevices Staff — from the LinuxDevices Archive

Infrant will soon ship a Linux-based storage device designed specially for serving up digital media files, including videos and music files. The Repertoire has no playback capabilities, but can store up to 3TB of media, and stream or transfer it using most common, standard, open protocols.

The Repertoire is positioned as high-quality, American-made, audiophile-grade gear. It weighs about 30 pounds, and boasts a chassis that is machined out of a solid billet of aluminum. Find out more intriguing details regarding this Linux-powered device in our complete Device Profile:

Device Profile: Infrant Repertoire media server

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