just read the Press release…

 

Release Date: June 30th, 2009

Synology® to Release New DLNA Compliant Media Server for DSM 2.2

Redmond, Washington—June 30, 2009—Synology® America Corp. today announced that its new Media Server in DSM 2.2 is Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) compliant. With DLNA compliancy, Synology’s line of Disk Stations has met the stringent interoperability guidelines set by the Digital Living Network Alliance and will work with other DLNA compliant devices in the market.

“ Our Disk Stations are now compliant with DLNA technology which ensures interoperability among various DLNA certified devices; including consumer electronics, personal computers and mobile devices,” says Douglas Self, product specialist at Synology America Corp. “We have been committed to providing a hassle-free experience in sharing and storing digital content and this was a natural progression for our products.” Adds Self.

Today, more than 5,000 devices are DLNA certified and more than 245 well-known companies participate in using DLNA technologies. Using DLNA compatible devices makes enjoying digital content from any location whether it be work, home or on the road easy and accessible.

Availability

The new DLNA compliant Media Server will be included in the beta release of Disk Station Manager 2.2 set for July 2009.  The official release of DSM 2.2 is scheduled for September 2009. DSM 2.2 will be available for all 09-series, 08-series and 07-series Disk Stations.

About Synology

Founded in April of 2000, Synology Inc. develops next-generation Network Attached Storage (NAS) products for the home, small and medium sized business markets.  Providing a secure way of storing and sharing digital content, Synology products are feature-rich, easy-to-use, energy-efficient and affordable.  All Synology product investments are enhanced with free software upgrades and 24/7 online support.

Headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan, Synology has a global presence with regional offices in the US (Redmond, Washington) and the UK (London, England).


http://www.synology.com
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