Netgear ReadyNAS Certified For NFS, iSCSI Protocols

Netgear's entire ReadyNAS family of business-class unified network storage devices passed VMware testing for the NFS and iSCSI protocols.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Apr 21, 2010
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Netgear has announced that the company's ReadyNAS family of business-class unified network storage devices has achieved VMware Ready status. As noted in Netgear's news release on PR Newswire, both desktop and rack-mount ReadyNAS for Business products, including the recently announced ReadyNAS 3100 and ReadyNAS 4200, have all passed rigorous VMware testing for the NFS and now the iSCSI protocols.


"'Virtualization drives network storage adoption, and NETGEAR is a world leader in affordable, reliable storage solutions for businesses," said Drew Meyer, director of storage product marketing for NETGEAR's Network Storage Business Unit. "We are thrilled to be completely VMware Ready™ on our business-class ReadyNAS systems. As a result, our channel partners can deliver trusted virtualization solutions for as little as $1,000.'"

"Business-class ReadyNAS products include form factors to fit any budget or location. The desktop NVX (4-bay) and Pro (6-bay) are ideal for smaller firms or remote offices/branch offices with the tightest budget constraints or moderate availability requirements. The rack-mount ReadyNAS family includes 1U 4-bay models (the 2100 and 3100), as well as 2U 12-bay models (the 3200 and 4200). All models include a unified (NAS and iSCSI) storage architecture, secure replication, an offsite archive option, and yield highest performance and reliability metrics in their class."

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