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Buffalo logoNETGEAR has added two more Intel-powered ReadyNAS rackmounts.

The ReadyNAS 3220 and ReadyNAS 4220 are successors to the ReadyNAS 3200 and 4200. Both are 12 bay 2U rackmount NASes that take 2.5" and 3.5" SATA hard or solid-state hot-swappable drives.

The 3220's hardware platform is based on a 3.3 GHz dual-core Intel Ivy Bridge i3-3220v2 with 4 GB of ECC RAM. It has four aggregatable Gigabit Ethernet ports, one USB 2.0, two USB 3.0 and two eSATA ports.

The 4220 comes in two models, both of which run on 3.2 GHz quad-core Intel Ivy Bridge Xeon E3-1225v2 CPUs backed by 8 GB of ECC RAM. Both versions have four Gigabit Ethernet ports, one USB 2.0, two USB 3.0 and two eSATA ports. The 4220S has two SFP+ 10G ports, while the 4220X includes two copper 10GBase-T 10G ports.

All three include dual redundant internal power supplies.

NETGEAR RN3220 / RN4220

NETGEAR RN3220 / RN4220

The new rackmount ReadyNASes run NETGEAR's new ReadyNAS OS 6 with features including iSCSI thin provisioning, unlimited volume snapshots, optional volume encryption, cloud-managed replication, onboard antivirus and X-RAID2 automatic volume expansion.

The ReadyNAS 3220 comes in eight configurations from diskless to 48 TB, with pricing starting at $5,900. The ReadyNAS 4220S comes diskless only for $7,800. The ReadyNAS 4220X comes in seven configurations from diskless to 48 TB, starting at $7,900. All prices are U.S. MSRP and all models are available now.

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