June 13, 2002
Device profile: Toshiba SG20 wireless mobility server
LinuxDevices.com writes "This LinuxDevices.com 'device profile' takes a peek at the new Toshiba Magnia SG20 wireless mobility server, a compact, Linux- based portable wireless server. About the size of a typical notebook computer, the appliance-like device is intended to make it easy to pack up an entire network and take it on the road. Described by Toshiba as a "wireless network in a box that allows users to securely access and share files, printers, and an Internet account", the Magnia SG20 contains a Linux OS derived from Red Hat version 7 along with Apache (which provides web-based administration and application support). Read all about it here"