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Paragon NTFS for Linux to Support Netgear’s Open Source Router

Netgear announced it's open source Router that runs on Linux early this year

Storage solutions manufacturer Paragon Software Group says it now supports the RangeMax Wireless-N Gigabit opensource router from Netgear.

Paragon NTFS for Linux will provide complete access to a Windows hard drive attached to NETGEAR's WNR3500L open source router allowing all PCs, clients and servers on the network, running Windows, Mac or Linux to access and share files to and from the drive via the WNR3500L router.

Netgear announced  it's  open source Router that runs on Linux early this year.

It supports  popular free applications like DD-WRT, OpenWRT and Tomato.

Apart from the support to enable more applications from the open source community, RangeMax offers Gigabit Ethernet ports and ReadyShare USB storage access.

Paragon Software has also joined Netgear's Development Partner Program, to collaborate on custom applications for high-speed USB file reads and writes that customers can download.

Netgear is already collaborating with other partners like BigFoot Networks to boost network speeds for online gaming, Leaf Networks to develop easy remote access, and Sputnik for hotspot solutions.

For access to open source firmware downloads, applications, forums, blogs, articles, source code, and user guides visit http://www.myopenrouter.com.

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Lavenya Dilip was responsible for Marketing at Green Rack Systems.