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Plat'Home Introduces Hand-Size Network Monitor Device

CNET News, Plat'Home press release

Plat'Home announced the U.S. availability of its Kanshi BlockS Pro network and server monitoring device, described as "roughly the size of a coffee mug."The BlockS Pro "micro server" has no moving parts and measures 4.5-x-3.2-x-1.5 inches. It can stand temperatures up to 104?F, so between that and its size, it can be placed almost anywhere. It will monitor up to 255 servers of any manufacture and provide regular status reports and immediate failure alerts.

U.S. price is $1,399.CNET News, Plat'Home press release

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