Netgear Releases New 4-Bay ReadyNAS

Netgear Releases New 4-Bay ReadyNAS
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Netgear has been a player in the NAS space for many years, buying the ReadyNAS business from Paul Tien ten years ago. This new device, the ReadyNAS 2304 Business Class 1U 4-Bay Network Storage (RR2304) can support up to 40 concurrent users for Gigabit speed file backup and file serving.

The ReadyNAS 2304 has a 64-bit Dual Core Intel Celeron processor for 2.0GHz of processing power and can handle up to 40TB of data. Netgear say it boasts a 50% performance boost on the previous model. It has two Gigabit Ethernet ports and three USB 3.0 ports, for additional data storage and transfer.

The new Netgear ReadyNAS 2304 is available from major retailers in stores and online at an RRP of $1,049 for a diskless model.

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    • Logged in just to up vote this. ReadyNAS looks like it hasn’t had a UI update since the day it was released, and is extremely painful to use. Synology all the way.

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