Compare DDN GRIDScaler vs. NETGEAR ReadyNAS

DDN GRIDScaler is ranked 22nd in NAS while NETGEAR ReadyNAS is ranked 15th in NAS. DDN GRIDScaler is rated 0, while NETGEAR ReadyNAS is rated 0. On the other hand, DDN GRIDScaler is most compared with EMC Isilon, whereas NETGEAR ReadyNAS is most compared with FreeNAS, NetApp FAS Series and NetApp Private Storage.
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22nd
out of 35 in NAS
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54
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15th
out of 35 in NAS
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683
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631
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0
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Overview

DDN GRIDScaler provides flexible choices for Enterprise-grade data protection, availability features, and the performance of a parallel file system coupled with DDN's deep expertise and history of supporting highly efficient, large-scale deployments.

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.

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Children's Mercy, Kollins, MLB Network, University of Miami, VAN ANDEL Research Institute
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