Menu
Netgear offers six-bay network storage system

Netgear offers six-bay network storage system

Netgear announced the release of its ReadyNAS Pro Gigabit Desktop Storage system, with six drive bays. The new ReadyNAS Pro is available starting at US$2000.

The ReadyNAS Pro can be configured using a Web browser.Designed for small to medium sized businesses with up to 200 users, the ReadyNAS Pro comes in 1.5, 3 and 6 terabyte configurations. It's Mac, Windows and Linux compatible, and supports RAID 0, 1, 5 and 6 configurations. Inside it can house up to six SATA II hard disk drives in lockable, hot-swappable bays.

The ReadyNAS Pro has dual redundant Gigabit Ethernet ports and three USB 2.0 ports that support the addition of external USB drives, printers and backup batteries. Netgear claims the device can read at over 108 megabytes per second and write at over 102 megabytes per second.

The ReadyNAS Pro has an LCD display that enables you to monitor the system for port failures or status readings. A Web-based graphical user interface and setup wizard lets you configure user account access, set up e-mail system alerts for the network administrator and perform other administrative functions.


Follow Us

Join the newsletter!

Or

Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.

Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. View our privacy policy before signing up.

Error: Please check your email address.

Tags netgearinternational news

Featured

Slideshows

Reseller News Exchange Auckland: Beyond the myths — how partners can master cloud security

Reseller News Exchange Auckland: Beyond the myths — how partners can master cloud security

This exclusive Reseller News Exchange event in Auckland explored the challenges facing the partner community on the cloud security frontier, as well as market trends, customer priorities and how the channel can capitalise on the opportunities available. In association with Arrow, Bitdefender, Exclusive Networks, Fortinet and Palo Alto Networks. Photos by Gino Demeer.

Reseller News Exchange Auckland: Beyond the myths — how partners can master cloud security
Reseller News welcomes industry figures at 2020 Hall of Fame lunch

Reseller News welcomes industry figures at 2020 Hall of Fame lunch

Reseller News welcomed 2019 inductees - Leanne Buer, Ross Jenkins and Terry Dunn - to the fourth running of the Reseller News Hall of Fame lunch, held at the French Cafe in Auckland. The inductees discussed the changing face of the IT channel ecosystem in New Zealand and what it means to be a Reseller News Hall of Fame inductee. Photos by Gino Demeer.

Reseller News welcomes industry figures at 2020 Hall of Fame lunch
Show Comments