March 5, 2021




NETGEAR Announces new SMB ReadyNAS Storage line-up

Netgear has announced a new portfolio of networked-attached-storage (NAS) products which run on the newly developed ReadyNAS OS 6. These revolutionary devices are built on a custom platform designed as “storage made easy” for both the home and small to medium-sized businesses (SMB). NETGEAR also unveiled a suite of new downloadable applications for these products on the genie+ marketplace.netgear28-3-13

With a sleek new interface and a rich set of embedded or easily downloadable applications, this NAS storage portfolio pairs the latest in performance and scalability with cutting-edge technologies such as unlimited snapshots and cloud-managed replication, which dramatically reduces any possibility of data loss. Once again, NETGEAR is taking features and capabilities previously available only from expensive, large-enterprise vendors and lowering the cost while dramatically simplifying deployment and manageability to provide users with affordable, powerful, and reliable NAS storage.

Announcing the product, Subhodeep Bhattacharya, Regional Director-India & SAARC said – “The new range of ReadyNAS products brings in superior hardware and a brand new OS 6 which adds many ground breaking, first in industry features. The new ReadyNAS will now boast of features which were so far available for Enterprise customers. The storage products are growing fast for NETGEAR and this new addition will bolster it further”.

With ReadyNAS, customers finally have an advanced, easy-to-use solution for centralizing, securing, and controlling access to digital assets. What’s more, cloud-based discovery and file management through NETGEAR’s ReadyCLOUD simplifies the set-up experience and enables full ongoing management of data from any web-connected device.

The latest additions to the award-wining ReadyNAS product family (www.netgear.com/readynas) are available in three new series of desktop models and a 1U rackmount, each designed for the unique needs of home users and small to medium-sized businesses.

Each ReadyNAS features advanced on-box data protection in the form of unlimited snapshot capability, cloud-managed replication, and XRAID automatic volume expansion. In addition, each unit showcases native encryption, enabling prosumer and business users to securely share, store, and protect sensitive data across their network. Every NAS device in the new ReadyNAS Series supports SATA (up to 4TB) and SSD drives. ReadyNAS 300 and 500 models include an eSATA expansion port for scaling capacity as the storage needs of a business grows (up to 84TB).

1 thought on “NETGEAR Announces new SMB ReadyNAS Storage line-up

  1. Things i have observed in terms of personal computer memory is the fact there are specs such as SDRAM, DDR or anything else, that must match the specs of the mother board. If the pc’s motherboard is fairly current while there are no computer OS issues, replacing the memory literally takes under 1 hour. It’s one of several easiest computer upgrade types of procedures one can consider. Thanks for spreading your ideas.

Comments are closed.