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NETGEAR announces its new ReadyNAS storage lineup

NETGEAR has today announced its brand new ReadyNAS storage lineup with a selection of products for both home and business.

As technology evolves, we are building vast collections of digital information that enriches our lives — photographs of loved ones and live recordings of our favourite band — and many of these are precious to us. Just as a business takes steps to protect its important data and information, personal information must also be correctly stored to ensure that it will never be lost.

The latest on ReadyNAS from NETGEAR means this information can not only easily be centralised, accessed and shared, but also protected – stored data is protected not only with automatic RAID configuration, but now can offer home users the continuous data protection of unlimited snapshots along with real-time anti-virus and native encryption. In addition to the confidence of knowing data is secure from virtually any threat, ReadyNAS features remote access innovations, seamless cloud-based file synchronisation (ReadyDROP) and the ability to backup data from your Mac anywhere in the world when using Apple Time Machine.

As part of the new launch, NETGEAR is today announcing the ReadyNAS 100 Series for home users. These products are available in two-bay and four-bay models and offered as either diskless or populated with drives.

You can see the latest additions to the ReadyNAS product family at, which showcases a 1U rackmount and three new series of desktop models.

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Written by Chris Cook

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