By Telecom Lead
Team: Tuxera, a provider of interoperable file systems for Android, Linux, Mac
and other platforms, announced that NETGEAR has selected Tuxera’s file system
technology to power its Marvell-based ReadyNAS family of network attached
storage (NAS) devices.
was made for NETGEAR’s Small- to Medium-sized Business (SMB) market. Tuxera’s
file system technology increases NAS write speeds without compromising
interoperability, functionality and scalability.
selected Tuxera because their file system technology allows us to achieve
significantly faster results than before acceleration. With the help of Tuxera,
NETGEAR’s ReadyNAS Duo v2 and NV+ v2 products feature significantly faster
back-up times and seamless user experience with portable storages,” said Matt
Pahnke, senior product marketing manager at NETGEAR.
partnered with NAS chipset manufacturers to integrate and optimize its
proprietary and enhanced commercial file system technology into the devices.
mission is to serve advanced storage system manufacturers on the path to
private clouds by making the world’s network storage centerpieces more
responsive, scalable and portable. NETGEAR is among the first whom we are
proudly shipping the latest file system technology to ramp up the device
performance multiple times over the previous generation,” said Mikko VÃ¤limÃ¤ki,
CEO of Tuxera.
comprehensive NAS offering for OEMs includes high-performance,
chipset-optimized Tuxera XFS for the main storage and Tuxera NTFS and HFS+ file
systems for external, portable storages.
Tuxera has recently opened its fourth office in Seoul, Korea, as part of the
company’s global expansion. Its other offices are located in Finland (HQ),
United States and Taiwan.
targeting Korean market because many of the established worldwide technology
leaders have their headquarters in Korea.