Cedia 2009: Microsoft demo Windows Home Server, Windows 7, Xbox 360 and Windows Media Center

At Cedia 2009, Microsoft is showcasing how technologies come together in the home, home office and office away from home. With HP MediaSmart Server powered by Windows Home Server, which included 9 extended Xbox’s & 6 tuners connected to N9 Niveus high-end Media Center PC with new AEP 2.0 technology (which allows for an increase from 5 extenders to […]

At Cedia 2009, Microsoft is showcasing how technologies come together in the home, home office and office away from home. With HP MediaSmart Server powered by Windows Home Server, which included 9 extended Xbox’s & 6 tuners connected to N9 Niveus high-end Media Center PC with new AEP 2.0 technology (which allows for an increase from 5 extenders to 10 & 4 tuners to 8), and Windows 7 Media Center with new Netflix tile on a Sony VAIO laptop and an Xbox 360 extender connected to a large display, – demonstrated centralized storage, access to content on the go, Home Group, copying TV content from one Media Center to another and remote streaming. With the Xbox 360, you can play a few video games while streaming music from the home server. With the recent Xbox 360 update, Netflix enables you to stream movies and TV shows from the internet!

    

S1Digital announced new Digital Entertainment Platform, running WHS to provide centralized archiving, storage and distribution of HD movies, live and recorded HD television, videos, music, photos and more. And CETON showed off new single card that has 4 tuners with-in the S1 Media Center running the theater room and an extender. This single card could record 4 channels at once. They also have a 6 channel version here.

Source:→ Windows blog