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New netNAS products at

As of now, you will find new netNAS offers on our website to expand our root server products -> IP addresses and extensions!

For our Enterprise 2.0 servers we have launched a completely new netNAS product line with the name "Premium netNAS". Behind this name is our new netNAS generation from the manufacturer Synology. The following products are now available here:


Premium netNAS (2 x 2.000 GB) - Raid 0,1 € 50,00 per month

Premium netNAS (4 x 2.000 GB) - Raid 0,1,5,6,10 € 75,00 per month

Premium netNAS (4 x 3.000 GB) - Raid 0,1,5,6,10 € 100,00 per month


In addition to the large storage space, hot-swap hard drives and the numerous raid levels, the Premium netNAS convince with the following functions:

- iSCSI support

- Virtualization support from e.g. VMware, Citrix and Hyper-V


- Windows ACL

- File shares for Windows, Mac & Linux

- antivirus

- WebDAVC and CalDAV support

- cloud services

- DSM administration tool for convenient administration of apps



In addition to the new Premium netNAS line, we have also expanded our existing netNAS products for our Economy, Professional and HP Micro Root Servers by a 2 x 3.000 GB netNAS for € 45,00 per month.

You can get the complete overview of our netNAS products here: - netNAS


We wish you a lot of fun with our new products!

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  • Reply Joachim 24. January 2013 09 at: 55

    I think I understood this new feature to some extent. However, it would be great if you could try it out. To be honest, I'm not quite sure about the benefits for my companies, but I think that it could possibly be a complete solution for the current individual offers of the various providers.

    • Reply Christoph 24. January 2013 20 at: 36

      Hello Joachim,

      thank you for your interest in our new product!

      Regarding a test, you are welcome to send an email to ch contact me.


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