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www.pcadvisor.co.uk — 12/14/2011 www.pcadvisor.co.uk — 12/14/2011

Netgear ReadyNAS Duo v2 review
By Andrew Harrison

The Netgear ReadyNAS Duo v2 is an uprated version of Netgear's affordable prosumer two-bay network-attached storage, suitable for small businesses or more demanding home users.

www.computerworld.com — 12/14/2011 www.computerworld.com — 12/14/2011

Hands-on: The ReadyNAS NV+ provides serious storage for prosumers
By Bill O'Brien

Netgear's latest NAS system provides four bays for up to 4TB of easy-to-access storage.

zdnet.com — 11/30/2011 zdnet.com — 11/30/2011

Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ v2
By Charles McLellan

The ReadyNAS NV+ v2 is nicely designed and built, and Netgear's X-RAID2 technology does a good job of managing the 4-bay array discreetly.

the-other-view.com — 11/30/2011 the-other-view.com — 11/30/2011

NETGEAR WNDR4500 N900 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit Router Review
By Valkor

Out of all the caves in the world, NETGEAR's WNDR4500 N900 Wireless router had to walk into mine and impress the hell out of me with its incredible speeds. If you're looking for the perfect router to suit your streaming, gaming, and Wi-Fi needs then look no further fellas, you found it!

networkworld.com — 11/21/2011 networkworld.com — 11/21/2011

Home Entertainment Tech Treasures [2011 Cool Yule Tools]
By C.J. Mathias

The NeoTV is 300Mbps wireless 802.11n on one side (although wired Ethernet is also available), and HDMI on the other.

CNET — 11/11/2011 CNET — 11/11/2011

NetGear ReadyNAS NV+ v2 (Diskless)
By Dong Ngo

The Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ v2 offers good performance, has a convenient drive bay design, and supports USB 3.0. Its X-RAID2 configuration makes it easy to manage the server's storage.

CNET — 11/11/2011 CNET — 11/11/2011

NetGear ReadyNAS NV+ v2 (2TB)
By Dong Ngo

The Netgear ReadyNAS NV+ v2 offers good performance, has a convenient drive bay design, and supports USB 3.0. Its X-RAID2 configuration makes it easy to manage the server's storage

SlashGear — 11/9/2011 SlashGear — 11/9/2011

Netgear ReadyNAS Duo v2 Review
By Ewdison Then

Netgear‘s ReadyNAS Duo v2 takes the dual-drive shell of its first-gen predecessor and then makes upgrades to processor, software and more, arriving at an affordable backup station that also offers media streaming, remote access with smartphone apps and more.

CNET — 11/9/2011 CNET — 11/9/2011

Netgear unveils budget pro ReadyNAS servers
By Dong Ngo

Netgear today announced new NAS servers designed for "economical pro" users. Apart from the amount of drive bays (and hence the types of RAID support), the two-bay ReadyNAS Duo and the four-bay ReadyNAS NV+ V2 are essentially the same.

Anandtech.com — 11/9/2011 Anandtech.com — 11/9/2011

Netgear's Marvell Based ReadyNAS NV+ v2 Review
By Ganesh T S

Netgear's ReadyNAS lineup is very well respected in the industry. This lineup owes its existence to the acquisition of Infrant in 2007. After acquiring Infrant, Netgear moved away from the custom RAID controllers (based on the LEON SPARC core [PDF]) in favour of Intel x86 based solutions. However, Intel based solutions are too costly for the mid-range SMB market.

CNET — 11/9/2011 CNET — 11/9/2011

Gotham Hands-On Holiday Gift Guide
By Joshua Skala

Calling all power players. Get your hands on the hottest gadgests at our unique tech playground. Cnet Gotham brings you exciting parties, special guest, prizes and much more. Making a holiday wish list was never so mucho fun.

ITWorld.com — 11/8/2011 ITWorld.com — 11/8/2011

NAS shoot-out: Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 6
By Desmond Fuller

Netgear is the leader in this segment of the NAS market, and it's easy to see why. The hardware is solidly built, and the software makes it quick and simple for almost anyone to get up and running quickly.

Digital Lifescapes — 11/6/2011 Digital Lifescapes — 11/6/2011

Next-Generation Online Video Player Applications
By David H. Deans

The NTV200 player has many of the capabilities that I’m already used to -- plus, some forward-looking features that demonstrate where this product category is heading in the future.

Fox Business — 11/3/2011 Fox Business — 11/3/2011

Netgear CEO on Streaming Movies to Your TV
By Liz Claman

Netgear CEO Patrick Lo on how the flooding in Thailand impacts the supplies of hard drives and the latest technology to let you stream video to your television.

Maximum PC — 11/1/2011 Maximum PC — 11/1/2011

Netgear WNDR4500 Wi-Fi Router Review
By Michael Brown

The WNDR4500 is dramatically faster than the older WNDR3700, which supports only two spatial streams on each of its frequency bands.

SMBNow.com — 11/1/2011 SMBNow.com — 11/1/2011

Calculating the Best SMB Solution to the Security Equation
By Jason Leung

Cloud storage and cloud computing have taken the world by storm, providing small and midsized businesses (SMBs) with a way to store data and run applications quickly, easily, and most importantly, affordably.

CNET — 11/1/2011 CNET — 11/1/2011

Networking products for the holidays
By Dong Ngo

Offering fast performance, long range, and the capability to host the personal cloud when coupled with an external hard drive, Netgear's WNDR3800 is the company’s top-notch router for any home.

www.infoworld.com — 10/19/2011 www.infoworld.com — 10/19/2011

NAS shoot-out: Netgear ReadyNAS Pro 6
By Desmond Fuller

The ReadyNAS scores with simple setup, easy management, and the best hardware in its class

ITWorld.com — 10/19/2011 ITWorld.com — 10/19/2011

NAS shoot-out: 5 storage servers battle for business
By Desmond Fuller

The entry-level NAS market is red hot. With prices dipping below $2,000 for a versatile storage server packing 10TB of disk, there's no wonder this market segment is witnessing extremely fast growth.

SmallNetBuilder — 10/17/2011 SmallNetBuilder — 10/17/2011

NETGEAR FVS318N ProSafe Wireless-N 8-port Gigabit VPN Firewall Reviewed
By Doug Reid

NETGEAR has improved its FVS318 Firewall/VPN appliance since we reviewed the FVS318G in 2009 by adding wireless capability, increasing performance, improving features.

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