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Re: On a scale from "pining for the fjords" to"pushing up daisies", exactly how

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On a scale from "pining for the fjords" to"pushing up daisies", exactly how dead is ReadyNAS?

It has been  over 15 months since the last  feature update of ReadyNAS OS 6 has been released with only two minor bugfix releases since.

 

No more public betas since.

No more ReadyNAS related videos on Netgear's official Youtube channel for the last 2+ years.

No  new ReadyNAS product releases or even announced.

Absolutely no announcements  of any kind, soft- or hardware.

Deafening silence all around.

 

It certainly looks like Netgear's ReadyNAS division is no more.  It   has ceased to be. It 's expired and gone to meet its maker ...

 

Could someone prove me wrong, please?

 

 

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Re: On a scale from "pining for the fjords" to"pushing up daisies", exactly how

I have no inside information.  However, based on the age of the underlying Debian distro, I expect Netgear is working on a release that will update that.  That would be a major effort, quite possibly extended by the COVID-19 crisis.  And while that may not be the next update, it would still take a lot of resources away from anything else.

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Re: On a scale from "pining for the fjords" to"pushing up daisies", exactly how

I whish that were true. Sadly, given the total lack of new hardware releases or announcements, I don't think that's the case.

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