Alienware launches 4TB home server

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Alienware unveiled a high-definition media server this week, targeting homes with terabytes of digital content to store..

Systems integrators, distributors and even home builders can now join the Alienware Digital Home Channel Program to become an authorised reseller of the media server.

The Alienware High Definition Media Server integrates with home entertainment systems to create a centralised source for the storage, retrieval and distribution of digital content.

Boasting 4TB of capacity, the server holds a lifetime's worth of digital movies, music, photos and more, all of which can be sent to multiple points throughout the home.

Users can stream files wirelessly or via a home network to any computer in the house, while an array of audio and video outputs deliver limitless possibilities.

Marc Diana, product marketing manager at Alienware, claimed that the single-source consolidation of digital media eliminates the need for users to remember which files are saved on which computer.

Remote access from any internet-ready Windows system lets users enjoy their digital libraries from anywhere, while multi-room music devices and media extenders eliminate conflicts when multiple users access different files from the same system.
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