Music Servers-Why so few?

With the explosion of Dacs and discussions of computer audio one would think the server market would flourish as well. Where are all of the "big" names and their offerings? They can certainly produce Dacs. With the exception of Bryston, it seems the small companies are the only ones who offer something and then its a crapshoot as to who will be able to answer an email or have a decent website with useful information. Where are they?

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The people at Auraliti might not be able to respond to all questions, but the PK90 is a fantastic device that removes all the settings and guesswork from a computer based setup. I have had mine running since September and I love it. It's a small box, and you hook up a hard drive and a DAC along with a router and laptop. Well, I guess it's a bit more complicated than a "turn-key" all-in-one, but it is just like the Bryston only 1/3 the cost. These guys actually helped Bryston develop theirs. Oh, BTW I have no affiliation to Auraliti.