is now shipping its USB Server, a device that allows you to add USB printers, scanners, and HID devices to a network, making them accessible by any Mac connected to it.
USB Server includes four USB ports that operate at 12 Mbps. It hooks to a 10/100 Ethernet router with an RJ45 connector and supports static IP, DHCP, and Rendezvous. All the Macs on your network need to be running on Mac OS X v.10.2.8 “Jaguar” or higher. Keyspan notes that USB audio and video devices are not compatible with USB Server, and USB hubs are not supported. Keyspan’s USB Server costs about US$130.