reply to elefante72
Re: Where are the established vendors Pogoplug has been around for at least 3 years. Members of the VoIP Tech Chat forum have been using them for home PBX servers since 2009: »[Equipment] Any way to make this device a VoIP client?
Other well known manufacturers that have been using Pogoplug in their products are Seagate (in their Dockstar product »www.seagate.com/gb/en/external-h···ockstar/) and Buffalo (in the Cloudstor product: »www.buffalocloudstor.com/)
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Thanks. Didn't know. I looked at them earlier in the year, but I remember if you wanted to do anything, you had to pay for feature keys, quickly jacking up the cost. If you can put another drop on it, that could be very interesting for embedded devices... I never heard of the other guys, not saying their product isn't great.
It would be useful for these reviews however to say compare these products to an established vendor like netgear, thecus, synology, etc... If these products are better, maybe this can get me to try them out...
If they could combine that w/ a VOIP device, watch out cablecos.... My next door neighbor is going through the TWC add fees and they have the 3-play.
My other concern with all these great cloud products is caps on HSI in the house, and upload (cable is much slower than my FIOS).