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NETGEAR Delivers High Density 10GbE Single-Node Network Storage Solution

The new ReadyNAS 4U 60-bay boasts over 1 petabyte of storage for multi-tenant data center operations, disaster recovery, and IP surveillance.

By ChannelPro

NETGEAR Inc., a provider of networking equipment for homes and SMBs, has launched the NETGEAR ReadyNAS 4U 60-bay 10GbE Rackmount Network Storage (RR4360X) solution. With three EDA4000 expansion chassis, the ReadyNAS 4360X offers 1.32 petabytes (PB) of data storage on today's 10 terabyte (TB) enterprise hard disk drives.

ReadyNAS 4360X is powered by the company's ReadyNAS OS, now in version 6.7, which enables a flexible RAID configuration for performance, reliability, and capacity optimization by offering RAID 0, 1, 10, 5, 6, 50, and 60 options. The new ReadyNAS OS 6.7 provides new capabilities such as synchronization with public cloud storage services including Amazon S3, Amazon Cloud Drive, Google Drive, and Dropbox. It also expands capacity of ReadyNAS Rackmount models already on the market —ReadyNAS 3312, ReadyNAS 4312S, and ReadyNAS 4312X—by two EDA2000 (12-bay) or EDA4000 (24-bay) expansion chassis.

The ReadyNAS 4360X is built to keep up with the demands of high workload virtualization and applications with an Intel Xeon E3-1225v5 Quad Core 3.3GHz Processor, along with 16GB of DDR4 with ECC expandable to 64GB. The storage solution is equipped with four 1G Base-T ports and two 10 gigabit per second network interfaces, either 10 Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) copper (RR4360X model) or 10 Gigabit SFP+ (RR4360S model).

ReadyNAS 4360X is housed in a rackmount 4U chassis offering SAS or SATAIII selectable hard disk drive interface. Its three built-in SAS interfaces can connect to three ReadyNAS EDA2000 12-bay or EDA4000 24-bay expansion chassis. Fully loaded, the storage solution offers a 132-bay single node network storage solution.

The new ReadyNAS 4U 60-bay 10GbE Rackmount Network Storage (RR4360X) is now available. For pricing and availability, visit www.netgear.com.