Netgear 'VMware Ready' for Server Virtualization

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 21, 2010


Netgear's desktop and rack-mount ReadyNAS for business products, including the ReadyNAS 3100 and ReadyNAS 4200, has achieved VMware Ready status. As noted by the company in it's 'VMware Ready' news release on PR Newswire, the VMware Ready logo ensures that users can deploy affordable Netgear and VMware solutions for server virtualization projects without interoperability concerns.


Netgear's rack-mount ReadyNAS business products have passed rigorous VMware testing and achieved 'VMware Ready' approval.

"Server virtualization projects require network storage to give business customers dramatic improvements in hardware efficiency, cost savings and scalability. According to NPD Intellect, one in five business storage customers buy ReadyNAS, and a December 2009 VMware study cited cost as the leading reason IT managers have not yet virtualized their servers. The VMware Ready logo ensures that first-time adopters or current users can deploy affordable NETGEAR and VMware solutions without interoperability concerns. Reseller partners can use NETGEAR to deliver affordable unified storage solutions from the industry's leading technology vendors.

"Business-class ReadyNAS products include form factors to fit any budget or location. The desktop NVX (4-bay) and Pro (6-bay) are ideal for smaller firms or remote offices/branch offices with the tightest budget constraints or moderate availability requirements. The rack-mount ReadyNAS family includes 1U 4-bay models (the 2100 and 3100), as well as 2U 12-bay models (the 3200 and 4200). All models include a unified (NAS and iSCSI) storage architecture, secure replication, an off-site archive option, and yield highest performance and reliability metrics in their class."

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