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Netgear launches network storage solution

Networking equipment manufacturer Netgear has launched a new six-bay desktop network attached storage (NAS) solution.

The device will be available globally and is aimed specifically at small and medium-sized businesses.

Netgear claims that the new ReadyNAS Pro is designed to meet the demands of centralised storage for up to 200 users and is available with storage capacities of 1.5, 3 and 6-terabytes (6,000GB).

The ReadyNAS Pro sports dual-redundant gigabit Ethernet ports can support up to six SATA II hard disk drives and comes with three USB 2.0 connections.

Netgear claims to be a worldwide provider of networking technology.

The company has been selling its own brand of computer hardware, such as the ReadNAS Pro, since 1996 and targets small businesses and home users.

It hit the headlines recently for producing a range of adapters that can convert conventional plug sockets into network hubs, which can transfer data at greater speeds than a wireless router.ADNFCR-1186-ID-18913134-ADNFCR

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