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Access your photos, movies and music from any device, anytime and from wherever life takes you
If you love something, protect it. With ReadyNAS, your photos, videos and files are fully protected and you can access them from anywhere using the ReadyCLOUD web portal or mobile apps.
ReadyNAS devices can be managed through NETGEAR ReadyCLOUD – a powerful way to gain all the benefits of public cloud storage, but without the ongoing subscription costs or the serious privacy risks. With ReadyCLOUD, you can access, manage and share files stored on your ReadyNAS from anywhere, from any web browser, using any web-connected device, so you enjoy the same single, unified web interface whether you’re at home or away. Its Google Drive™-style easy accessibility and Dropbox®-like capabilities such as sharing files with a single click create a secure, private, personal cloud experience. Sharing content has never been easier or safer.
With ReadyNAS, your data can be automatically backed up from Windows® or Mac® devices, and the ReadyNAS OS enables the exclusive capability to select any folder on your NAS as a sync folder to PCs. It also offers Apple Time Machine® backup support for Macs® and the ability to create a private virtual target for each user, also a first for a NAS device.
Unbeatable combination of hardware and software for NETGEAR’s premier network storage for the home.
ReadyNAS 200 provides home users with the most complete data protection available in its product class
Add-on applications and advanced settings for creating your ideal storage solution
Packed with the state of the art features and a faster processor than the ReadyNAS 100, ReadyNAS 200 is the ultimate way to store, stream, and protect your home data.
ReadyNAS 200 is powered by a high performance ARM Cortex A15 1.4 GHz dual core processor, 2 gigabytes (GB) of Random Access Memory (RAM), and dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and Link Aggregation technology. You’ll love the amazing 200Mbps* (megabytes per second) read and 160Mbps write for faster backups and faster file access — that’s double the throughput of competing devices in its class — especially if you have a newly upgraded 802.11ac WiFi network.
ReadyNAS 200 provides home users with the most complete data protection available in its product class. Its foundation is a next-gen BTRFS file system offering 5 levels of protection:
Advanced users can also customize ReadyNAS 200 just the way they like, with more than 100 advanced features and add-on applications. In addition, with disk spin-down included, your power bill has never been lower.
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Data is flowing throughout your connected home in the form of photos, music, finances, videos and more. Ensure that your data is protected, organized and accessible. ReadyNAS 100 Series delivers that protection easily and affordably.
The tools you need are right where you expect them, making it easy to manage and access your critical data.a
Stream your movies, music and photos to DLNA-enabled smart TV’s and game consoles.
ReadyNAS is fully compatible with the Apple Time Machine for remote or local file backup and recovery from Mac computers.
Stream movies, music and photos throughout your home and to mobile devices when you are on-the-go.
ReadyNAS is available in two capacities (102/104) and is expandable with a library of software add-ons.
Real-time anti-virus is included with every ReadyNAS to keep your data safe from outside threats.
With unlimited automatic snapshots, ReadyNAS users rest easy knowing they can restore any previous version of a file.
Add capacity to your ReadyNAS device with no tiny screws or special tools required.
Introduction to the new Sync function available on the ReadyCLOUD PC app. Sync multiple folders to your ReadyNAS. Sync multiple devices so all your devices are always up to date. Sync folders with friends, family, and co-workers.
Introduction to the new Backup function available on the ReadyCLOUD PC app. Backup multiple folders to your ReadyNAS.
Introduction to the feature in ReadyCLOUD which will allow you to send files to friends, family, and co-workers as a link.
The forecast inside your home – cloudy but happy. ReadyNAS makes it easy to create your own private home cloud to access your data from anywhere.
Enjoy your music. Watch your TV shows and movies. Flip through your photos. ReadyNAS makes it easy for you to view and share your media. Multiple viewers can stream to different devices at the same time.
You're on your tablet and you need that file from your computer. ReadyNAS centralizes your files to make that happen simply and quickly. Whether Mac, PC or Linux, access your files anytime, even at the same time, from any OS type of device.
Rest easier knowing that your important financial and personal data is all safely backed-up and accessible anytime from anywhere. If you lose it, ReadyNAS makes it easy to restore your data.
RN100 Data Sheet (PDF)
RN200 Data Sheet (PDF)
Whitepaper: X-RAID2 vs Flex-RAID
Whitepaper: Intel's Overview of ReadyNAS/ReadyDATA Storage
Whitepaper: BTRFS on ReadyNAS
Whitepaper: Continuous Data Protection on ReadyNAS
Whitepaper: ReadyNAS Performance Overview
Data Protection with NETGEAR Storage
Getting Started with ReadyNAS
ReadyNAS Replicate Data Sheet
ReadyNAS Surveillance Data Sheet
Drive Compatibility List
ReadyNAS Visio Stencils
Product Selector Tool
Time Machine Backup
Available from the ReadyNAS GUI
Plex Media Server
And many, many more…
…what is especially impressive about the NetGear ReadyNAS 102, is that despite the fact that it’s designed to be easy to set up and use – it comes packing in a wealth of features that will satisfy even more advanced users and NAS aficionados.
Generally, having a network attached storage device on your local home network is definitely important, whether it is for backups, media streaming or storage. For this purpose, the NETGEAR ReadyNAS is pretty great.
I would suggest this to anyone who has a lot of files and seem to spend money on cloud storage aside from having your own. I wish I had received this product before I wasted money on a dropbox account.
The NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 is a two-bay ARM-based NAS unit with excellent DLNA support, a very easy installation process and class-leading remote access without manual port forwarding.
A well-built network storage device with quick and easy installation/ setup and an intuitive OS.
Hear what one reviewer has to say about ReadyNAS features such as cloud sharing, automatic backup, remote access, and audio and media streaming (begins 4:30 into the podcast).
The NETGEAR ReadyNAS RN102 deserves a place on your list if you’re in the market for an economical, two-bay, NAS.
Packed with features and a wide range of apps, Netgear’s ReadyNAS RN102 is one with the lot.
…if you are looking for an inexpensive way to consolidate your data, I would definitely look into a ReadyNAS system.
Whether you are a novice network administrator just setting up some backup storage for your home office or the designated IT pro at your startup, you will find something you like in the ReadyNAS 102.
In the market for a low-cost networked storage solution? You may want to take a look at the Netgear ReadyNAS 104.
An in-depth look at NETGEAR's new ReadyNAS OS 6 software that powers the NETGEAR's family of ReadyNAS products
Netgear brings a wider range of technologies to its latest NAS products
A look at the stylish ReadyNAS 300 series. They look nice, but what's hidden behind the design of this network storage solution?
A look at NETGEAR's 2-bay SMB high performance offering, the ReadyNAS312
Netgear revealed its ambitious network storage plans early this year, rolling out the red carpet for an eventual launch of a handful of ReadyNAS units that would complement the ReadyNAS Duo v2 that we reviewed in 2011.