WD Simplifies Access

Western Digital introduced the My Book World Edition family of shared storage appliances

February 22, 2007

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LAKE FOREST, Calif. -- Expanding its lineup of consumer-friendly, easy-to-use external hard drives that has made it the leading consumer external storage brand worldwide, Western Digital Corp.(NYSE:WDC) today introduced the My Book(TM) World Edition(TM) family of shared storage appliances. This new family of shared storage appliances allows consumers and home office workers to securely access their digital content, such as photos, home videos and documents, and share it with family and friends from anywhere in the world as if that content were stored local to the user. The terabyte (TB) My Book World Edition II model is equipped with a dual-drive configuration and RAID capability.

WD Anywhere Access(TM) is WD's new software for simplifying access to digital content and breaking the barriers of physical proximity to that content. Part of Anywhere Access is the unique Data OnHand(TM) feature, which makes My Book World Edition active in Windows Explorer(R) and Windows "Save As" and "Open" options whenever the user is connected to the Internet.

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