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ASUSTOR and DVBLogic Announce Limited Time

ASUSTOR and DVBLogic Announce Limited Time

ASUSTOR Inc., a leading innovator and provider of network storage solutions, has announced today that it has collaborated with DVBLogic to bring a special limited time offer to all ASUSTOR users. From August 27th, 2013 to September 27th, 2013, after downloading the DVBLink TV Server App from ASUSTOR’s App Central, users will be able to enjoy a 30% discount when upgrading to the full version of DVBLink TV server.

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The ASUSTOR NAS product line consists of the 6 series and 3 series. The 3 series is a line of network attached storage devices that were created for the home use market. Featuring the latest Intel processor designed specifically for multimedia use and a range of hardware features such as an HDMI port, infrared receiver and 3.5 mm audio jack, ASUSTOR’s 3 series consists of some of the most powerful home multimedia NAS devices in the industry. Additionally, each 3 series device comes with ASUSTOR’s in-house developed NAS operating system, ASUSTOR Data Master (ADM) 2.0. ADM 2.0 features App Central, an App platform that contains the highest number of add-on Apps in the industry (over 100). Among the many Apps offered by App Central are a variety of multimedia Apps including iTunes Server, UPnP Media Server, XBMC Multimedia Player and DVBLink TV Server. All Apps are free to download and install.

DVBLink TV Server is an App that provides users with everything they need to enjoy their favorite Satellite (DVB-S/S2), Cable (DVB-C and QAM), Terrestrial (DVB-T/T2 and ATSC) and IPTV channels and recordings within their home network and on the go. ASUSTOR NAS users need only to pair their NAS with a compatible TV tuner to immediately enjoy digital TV on multimedia devices such as UPnP/DLNA compatible TVs, PlayStation 3 and WD Live TV as well as mobile iOS and Android devices. Furthermore users will also be able to stream digital TV to their personal computers via Windows Media Center and XBMC. DVBLink TV Server also supports a recording function that will allows users to record their favorite TV programs in original quality directly to their NAS hard disk, saving them for future viewings at any time. All ASUSTOR NAS users will be able to download the trial version of DVBLink TV Server from App Central for free. And for a limited time only, users can receive a 30% discount when upgrading to the full version of DVBLink TV Server.

“With the NAS market showing significant growth in the last years we are very happy to partner with ASUSTOR – a leading innovator and provider of private cloud solutions. Our DVBLink TV Server app is a natural addition to the rich set of multimedia apps, offered by ASUSTOR’s App Central”, said Pavlo Barvinko, CTO and Founder at DVBLogic.

“We are very excited to partner with DVBLogic in bringing our users this outstanding TV Server App,” said James Su, Product Manager at ASUSTOR. “Via ASUSTOR’s high performance NAS and the DVBLink TV Server App users will be able to watch and record their favorite TV programs from virtually anywhere in the world.”


DVBLink TV Server Offer Details:

  • ASUSTOR NAS users will receive a 30% discount upon their purchase of the full version of DVBLink TV Server (current price: € 25.21 excluding sales tax).
  • This offer is valid for ASUSTOR NAS users only.
  • This limited time offer is valid from 8/27/2013 – 9/27/2013.


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