Am I missing something?
Having looked at their website I think I'm, missing something here. They say that using their gadget you don't need to upload files, and there are now 'no limits'.
But surely with real 'storage in the cloud' yes, you have to upload the files once (at a very slow 0.5Mb/sec ADSL speed) but once it's done it's done - then any downloads will be faster as they're coming straight from the ISP servers. But if the 'cloud storage' is now on my side of the router then every time anyone downloads a file from my 'cloud' that file has to travel over the upload link on my router - slowly! And each time a file is 'downloaded' (i.e. uploaded) it will count towards any bandwidth limits I have with my ISP, rather than just doing it once.
Have I missed something? Or have they some magic way to transfer files via my router to somewhere else at high speed?