Tonido 3.0 Coming Soon…

We are hard at work on the next major Tonido release version 3.0.

And it is all about speed and performance..

With Tonido running on so many different environments, from desktops to NAS and embedded devices, we took a hard look at almost all the core pieces of the system and trimmed the fat  to make it even more lean and mean. Tonido 3.0 will use even less system resources, respond faster and use less disk storage for its binaries.

In the coming days stay tuned for some of the main features that are coming down the pipeline for 3.0.

We are sure you would like them all..

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11 Responses

  1. cvillian098 says:

    Can’t wait, you guys are awesome!

  2. Peter says:

    Oh, man.What a tease. How long? (To the nearest month?)

    Will the old version 1 of TonidoPlug be left even further behind? I’d like one of the new ones, but they’ve run out 🙁

  3. Uwe Schmitt says:

    Great news!

    Will it be possible to install then new version on my TONIDO-plug (Rel. 1)?

    Best regards

  4. Raymond Day says:

    What I love to see added to Tonidoplug 3 is 2 SATA ports and a slot so the user can add there own RAM. Like up to 2 GB stick.

    -Raymond Day

  5. madhan says:

    This is the software version of Tonido, not the TonidoPlug.

  6. rydgaze says:

    Yes. Tonido 3.0 will run in TonidoPlug1.

  7. crussell says:

    Will Tonido3 be an OS upgrade from Ubuntu 9.04 to Debian Squeeze like the Plug2?

  8. madhan says:

    Tonido 3.0 is a software upgrade for Tonido from the current 2.37 version to Tonido 3.0. It doesn’t change the OS in anyway.

  9. Brad says:

    Will SSL without using TonidoID finally be an option?

  10. Ian says:

    Does coming soon mean 2014 now, as I we are over 6 months down the line, with no news “in the coming days”. Come on guys, you’re not blackberry, please an update?

  11. Raymond Day says:

    They could easy make a Tonido 3.0 that has way better then the Tonido 2. With more RAM and faster CPU. Because look at the HDMI sticks they have out now. They can have Linux in them. I now have a MK902II/16G Linux Mini PC now. It came with Ubuntu and runs super good. That’s how the Tonido plug 3 should be. But this don’t have any SATA port but does have USB 2.0 can hook in a hard drive like that.

    -Raymond Day

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