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Sans Digital unveils NAS with iTunes support

updated 02:45 pm EDT, Fri September 14, 2007

NAS with iTunes support

Sans Digital has unveiled its MN2L two-bay network storage enclosure that allows users to share documents and files on a home or office network. The device features FTP support to access files remotely over the internet, and offers built-in account management to keep data safe by giving read-only or full read/write permissions to specific users or groups. The device uses the latest SATA II technology and supports hot-swapping hard drives with RAID 1 (mirroring) and RAID 0 (striping) to guard against failures or expand usable storage space. The MN2L supports Mac, Linux, and Windows systems on the network and features built-in iTunes server support for sharing music to a Mac or PC. A built-in BitTorrent download station also allows users to download BitTorrent files without a powered-on computer. The MN2L is priced at $300.









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  1. petsounds

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    multiple iTunes support?

    Does this thing support accessing of an iTunes library by more than one user? Or supporting multiple libraries from one NAS? I don't understand why Apple hasn't come out with an iTunes server. Holding all your music on your personal drive is so 1990s.

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