Product Id: 32441334
Description: NETGEAR ReadyNAS 3312 - NAS server - 12 bays - 48 TB - rack-mountable - SATA 3Gb/s - HDD 4 TB x 12 - RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10 - RAM 8 GB - Gigabit Ethernet - 2U
Mfr Part #: RR3312G4-10000S
Application data, virtual images, client files, email... the types of data central to running a successful business can seem endless. With ReadyNAS you finally have an advanced and easy-to use solution for centralizing, securing and controlling access to your digital assets. Way more than just simple unified (NAS and SAN) storage for your company, ReadyNAS allows you to do more than you ever thought you could afford by pairing the latest in performance with innovative efficiency technologies such as unlimited snapshots, thin provisioning and cloud-managed replication.
Every networked attached storage (NAS) device from NETGEAR runs on the revolutionary ReadyNAS operating system. This custom-built OS protects stored data with X-RAID automatic expansion and offers continuous data protection with unlimited snapshots. Real-time anti-virus and native encryption come standard while 10GbE ports are an option for certain 2U models. Designed specifically for the unique needs of business users, ReadyNAS devices utilize proprietary ReadyCLOUD technology for cloud-based discovery, provisioning and ongoing management. In addition, these devices are virtualization-ready with iSCSI support, thin provisioning capability and certification with VMware and Microsoft.
These days, your data is your world. With ReadyNAS, protecting and accessing that world has never been easier. ReadyNAS - Storage Made EASY.
- High Performance Intel Xeon E3-1225v5 3.3GHz Quad Cores processor
- Quad Gigabit Ethernet ports with link aggregation and failover
- Disk spin down for energy savings
- Performance meets needs for virtualization, backup, and file server solutions
- Internal 12-Bay capacity up to 120TB, using compatible 10TB drives, and up to 600TB, using two EDA4000 Expansion Chassis
- Easy protection and recoverability with unlimited snapshots, X-RAID, and real-time anti-virus