New ReadyNAS rackmount devices from NETGEAR
Posted on 22 July 2013.
NETGEAR announced ReadyNAS 3220 and ReadyNAS 4220, the latest NAS products to run on the ReadyNAS OS, introduced in March 2013. Available in 2U rackmount form with 12-bay capacity, they enable storage for businesses supporting up to 500 concurrent users.

ReadyNAS 3220 and 4220 feature a new interface and the ReadyCLOUD web portal for file management from any browser. Moreover, they support 10GbE infrastructures and include technologies such as unlimited snapshots and cloud-managed replication for reducing any possibility of data loss.

Each device is virtualization-ready with iSCSI support, thin provisioning capability, and certification for interoperability with VMware and Microsoft.

Every NAS device in the ReadyNAS product family supports SATA and SSD drives. In addition, each ReadyNAS features advanced on-box data protection in the form of unlimited snapshot capability, cloud-managed replication, and X-RAID2 automatic volume expansion. Finally, each unit showcases native encryption, enabling prosumer and business users to securely share, store, and protect sensitive data across their network.

ReadyNAS provides customers with an advanced, easy-to-use solution for centralizing, securing, and controlling access to digital assets. What’s more, cloud-based discovery and file management through NETGEAR’s ReadyCLOUD simplifies the set-up experience and enables full ongoing management of data from any web-connected device.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 3220 and 4220 are available worldwide at the following US pricing:
  • ReadyNAS 3220 at a list price of $5,900
  • ReadyNAS 4220S at a list price of $7,800
  • ReadyNAS 4220X at a list price of $7,900.


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