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Nextcloud Box – a private cloud and IoT solution for home users

Companies launch Raspberry Pi-based device to enable consumers greater control over their data

Stuttgart, Germany – September 16, 2016 – Nextcloud, Canonical and WDLabs, are today launching the Nextcloud Box, a secure, private, self-hosted cloud and Internet of Things (IoT) platform giving consumers a way to take back control over their personal data. Nextcloud Box makes hosting a personal cloud simple and cost effective whilst maintaining a secure private environment that can be expanded with additional features via apps.

The Nextcloud Box consists of a hard drive and a case, complemented by a Raspberry Pi 2 or a similar credit-card sized computer. The pre-configured, easy-to-use platform handles file storage and syncing, communication and more, requires no maintenance and enables users to install more functionality through apps like Spreed, OpenHab and Collabora Online. The box offers 1TB of storage at the price point of Eur 70. For information on where to buy please visit nextcloud.com/box

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This is a start. A company planting a seed using the Raspberry Pi, a small single-board computer. Open source at the heart of this idea and some much more 🙂

Our project, Dreaming About Open Hardware, aka NOC-in-a-Box™ shares a deep kinship of its heritage due to Open Source 🙂


March 4, 2018

The vision is to plant the seed of these boxes with the hopes that a creator-centered system cooperatively shares and protects one another as Content Creators. We are all content creators for the Internet, at the end of the day 🙂

Distributed trust networks, sharing content for which people are remunerated using a block chain crypto-currency of the Creator’s choice. We saw MaidSAFE as a part of the solution we are envisioning.

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