NETGEAR launches new storage systems for home and enterprise markets

NETGEAR, a global networking company,
announced the launch of new versions of their ReadyNAS Duo and ReadyNAS NV+
network attached storage systems.

Business users and home media users may
access data twice as fast as previous generations, pay up to 30 percent less
than similar products, and still receive 24/7 support and a 3 year

Within 8 mouse clicks, users can create a
secure private cloud for storing and accessing their music, photos, videos and
documents from anywhere in the world.

The two-bay ReadyNAS Duo v2 and 4-bay
ReadyNAS NV+ v2 systems redefine reliability, affordability and simplicity for
professional and home users alike.

Both systems include hot-swap disk drive
bays and automatic capacity expansion, as well as USB 3.0 ports for up to 20
percent speedier backups. Both can stream music, HD movies and photos to home
media devices like TVs, game consoles and TiVo.

An updated photo sharing application allows
print quality private photo sharing without 3rd party services or fees. Both
include ReadyNAS Remote, a mobile app for iOS, Android, PC and Mac platforms
that delivers 128-bit SSL access to information stored on the ReadyNAS from

“Many small businesses have witnessed
a drastic increase in the amount of digital content, such as digital imagery
and archival records in medical or professional service applications” said
Pushan Rinnen, research director for storage at Gartner.

“Redesigned in a big way, the ReadyNAS
Duo v2 and NV+ v2 are great additions to the ReadyNAS family,” said
Matthew Mulvaney, a long-time ReadyNAS user.

“Businesses and home users are
interacting with more devices, from more locations, and with more information
than ever before,” said Matt Pahnke, NETGEAR’s storage product marketing manager.

“Sharing data between devices and
locations is only getting more difficult.  NETGEAR’s ReadyNAS Duo v2 and
NV+ v2 are cost-effective and incredibly easy-to-use solutions to the content
sprawl problem, ensuring capacity and secure mobile access,” Pahnke added.

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