NETGEAR announced three new enhancements to the ReadyNAS(R)
Ultra family of high-performance storage systems.
First, new mobile apps connect smartphones and tablets to
ReadyNAS Ultra systems. Second, new firmware increases performance by as much
as 50%. Third, new pricing brings affordable Intel-powered platforms to home
users for the first time. The ReadyNAS Ultra family now supports mobile apps
for Apple iOS and Android devices, is more than 50 percent faster and costs as
much as $250 less.
Two new ReadyNAS Remote mobile apps seamlessly extend
stored digital content to Apple iOS and Android mobile devices. This “private
cloud” enables easy connections from mobile platforms to personal music,
movies, photos and files stored at home. ReadyNAS users may download, upload,
view and edit their content securely from across town or across the globe.
The new RAIDiator firmware version 4.2.17 increases
high-definition (HD) video playback and transfer speeds by more than 50 percent
in Intel(R) NAS Performance Toolkit testing. In addition, support for the
latest 3-terabyte hard drives delivers the highest possible storage capacity.
Prices have now been lowered across the product line,
shattering traditional price/performance barriers. Power users can bring Intel
Atom-powered storage systems into home networks at the lowest cost ever.
Consumer NAS with remote mobile client access will
continue to be an important on-premise alternative to cloud services, catering
to consumers who don’t trust cloud services because of security issues or don’t
want to add another layer of management complexity,” said Atul Jain, country
manager (India & SAARC), NETGEAR Technologies India.
By TelecomLead.com Team