Netgear upgrades its ReadyNAS desktop data storage line to include the capacity and compatible software needed to store and stream HD video created by TiVo.
The market for the toaster-sized, desktop-seated home storage network device appears to be heating up.
Competing with similar recent releases from Seagate Technology, Cisco Systems, Rebit and several other companies, Netgear on July 12 announced that it has upgraded its ReadyNAS storage line to include the capacity and compatible software to store and stream high-definition video created by TiVo.
If you’re into saving a lot of broadcast and cable TV content and have been frustrated by capacity limitations on a TiVo device, this may be an option to consider. The ReadyNAS Ultra networked-attached storage drive can stream HD video to any TiVo box in a house or small office and provide terabytes of storage space, the company said.
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