Items tagged with ReadyNAS

Netgear has released a new line of high-end-yet-consumer-friendly Network Attached Servers (NAS) dubbed the RN210 family. They are available in both two-and-four bay models, and this time around we’ll be examining its two-bay model, the RN212. Keep in mind, however, that almost everything we cover here applies to the four-bay model as well, which goes by the moniker RN214. The big deal with this NAS is that, according to Netgear, it’s the “only ARM-based NAS that delivers full HD 1080p to 480p transcoding,” with the purpose being the ability to stream content from the NAS to your smart phone or tablet without any dropped frames. Another notable is that it uses the BTRFS file system, which... Read more...
NETGEAR and StorageCraft have teamed up to shorten the amount of time it takes businesses to back up their data. In fact, the companies are claiming their solution can "take backup and recovery times from hours to minutes." The combination of NETGEAR's ReadyNAS network storage systems and StorageCraft's ShadowProtect software gives businesses reliability, speed, and affordability for disk-based backup and disaster recovery. The combination also provides a tremendous advance over traditional tape-based solutions. NETGEAR and StorageCraft Partner to Take Business Backup from Hours to Minutes Partnership Delivers Exceptional Reliability, Speed and Affordability for Disk-based Backup and Disaster... Read more...
Netgear's ReadyNAS line has been steadily growing, expanding and adapting over the years, and that's definitely evident with the newest family member. The ReadyNAS 2100 is a rack-mount system rather than a standard rectangular box that attaches to one's desktop, and it's obviously aimed at prosumers and small businesses in dire need of serious storage. The device is built to slot within a 1U rack and provides four bays for adding HDDs.Naturally, the 2100 enables users to share content across a LAN or WAN, guard against disk failures, and grow capacity as needed. You'll also find enterprise-grade hard drives and Error Correction Code (ECC) RAM for higher reliability, not to mention Intel Architecture... Read more...