FreeBit Announces Personal Data Center For IPhone

Posted: May 14 2009, 2:00pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:23pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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FreeBit has announced a new distribution of ServersMan@iPhone 1.1b that is available in the app store on iTunes. The product claims to be the first to allow users to build their own personal data center in 5 minutes.

The app was first announced in Japan only and the company says after requests for the international community the app is now available in the US and other countries. Users can access the service via 3G and Wi-Fi connections and when on 3G can connect via VPN.

The URL to access the server is static and the service is called the first mobile cloud web server. You can upload files to the public folder and turn on the web server option giving users access to the files. Music files can be uploaded and streamed from the web rather than downloaded.

Via FreeBit

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