Netgear has this week added a new addition to their range of storage solutions, in the form of the newly launched ReadyNAS, which are equipped with new user interfaces and a comprehensive set of embedded or easily downloadable applications.
The range of new Netgear ReadyNAS features advanced on-box data protection in the form of unlimited snapshot capability, cloud-managed replication, and XRAID automatic volume expansion
– The entry level ReadyNAS 100 Series (RN102xx, RN104xx) is designed for home use, and comes in two-bay and four-bay models that are offered as either diskless or populated with drives.
– The ReadyNAS 300 Series (RN312xx, RN314xx, RN316xx) is optimized for small business networks and remote or branch office needs, and offers two-bay, four-bay, and six-bay versions that are either diskless or populated with drives.
– The four-bay ReadyNAS 2120 is a 1U form factor for easy rack deployment in small data center environments and comes either diskless or populated with drives.
– The six-bay ReadyNAS 500 Series (RN516xx) offers the highest performance and is designed for small to medium sized business networks supporting up to 250 concurrent users, and also comes diskless or populated with drives.
The new range will be priced accordingly, Netgear ReadyNAS 102 : $199, Netgear ReadyNAS 312 : $449 and Netgear ReadyNAS 516 : $1299 Matt Pahnke, senior product marketing manager for NETGEAR Storage explains:
“We designed the new ReadyNAS OS from the ground up with ease-of-use in mind, so users can confidently centralize and back up all their data,”-“Customers could not be more excited about our revolutionary ReadyCLOUD technology for cloud-based set-up, provisioning, and management. The cloud-based set-up and comprehensive, but simple-to-use interface is unlike anything else in the NAS market.”
Source: AnandTechFiled Under: Hardware