Netgear Launches Eco-Friendly Line

The company has announced its latest line of green IT networking products at Gitex Technology Week 2010.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Oct 18, 2010
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The opening of Gitex Technology Week 2010 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Centre was the setting for Netgear's announcement of its launch of the latest line of green IT networking products . As reported on AME Info, these new offerings include wireless controllers (WC7520), NAS Storages (ReadyNAS 4200 and ReadyNAS 3100), L3 Switches (GSM7328S-200EUS) and Security Product (UTM50), Green Power lines, Green Prosafe Plus Switches, Green Storage and the Green Router and Gateway. The latest models in the ReadyNAS storage lines; the ReadyNAS ULTRA, ReadyNAS NVX Diskless, ReadyNAS PRO Diskless, ReadyNAS 3100 and the ReadyNAS 4200 were also launched. Netgear hopes to increase its current number of partners and distributors while highlighting the benefits of utilizing its current line of eco-friendly products to key regional customers and prospects.


"Netgear remains steadfast in its commitment to help in the global effort to save the environment by providing its customers with high quality products that are environmentally sound while also maintaining operations in an environmentally responsible manner. In line with this commitment, the company continues to develop innovative new products that increase energy efficiency, use fewer resources and meet environmental standards. The leading IT network and storage provider has also attached a new benchmark logo for its green line of products, the Netgear Green logo, which highlights the company's commitment to smarter, greener products that help businesses and homes use less energy and save on costs."

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