Netgear Launches Network Storage Systems
Netgear Monday announced the release of three new network storage systems that, the company said "eliminate the need for local storage." The company introduced 2-bay, 4-bay and 6-bay storage systems, under the ReadyNAS Ultra name.
"Netgear's ReadyNAS Ultra family is a major breakthrough, converging mobility and content consumption," Drew Meyer, director of storage marketing at Netgear, said as part of the announcement.
"ReadyNAS has always been an excellent choice for storing, sharing and protecting media content, but now our technology firsts take that content to the next level. Users may now shift media from any networked location onto nearly any device and unplug their direct-attached disks."