Akitio MyCloud Duo personal cloud server
The MyCloud Duo server incorporates UPnP and DLNA compatibility to enable users to utilize other components on their networks that also provide compatibility for the playback and distribution of media content.
As the world of media continues its migration from the world of physical discs, LPs and even cassettes into the realm of digital bits of zeroes the concept of storage becomes increasingly important. The latest trend or development to help spur on this migration is cloud computing and the California-based manufacturer Akitio is helping to drive the movement into the world of digital storage.
Akitio’s new, second-generation personal cloud server is called the MyCloud Duo and it is designed to provide users with the ability to manage and access their digital files locally or remotely. The UPnP and DLNA compatible unit supports a Gigabit Ethernet connection to enable fast connection and uploads to share content with multiple workstations via SMB or FTP connections to work in the same manner as traditional NAS drives.
The device also features up to 3TBs of storage with RAID 0, RAID 1 and JBOD backup; virtual storage for mobile devices, subscription-free cloud usage and free mobile apps for Apple iOS and Android product owners that facilitates mobile usage.
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