Netgear PDR0154-10000S Datasheet

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Defective Drive Retention Service
Primary Benefits of DDR
Right to Cancel DDR Service with Excessive Failure Rates
Availability
Customer Responsibilities:
Ensuring customers data confidentiality is the
highest priority for NETGEAR
®
. When a storage
drive* becomes defective, the NETGEAR Defective
Drive Retention (“DDR”) service allows business
customers to retain possession of the drive thus
giving them total control over the sensitive and
confidential data that are stored within it.
Under the terms and conditions of NETGEAR
limited warranty policy, when a defective unit is
returned to NETGEAR, the returned unit becomes
the property of NETGEAR. With the DDR service,
however, the customer is allowed to keep the
defective unit aer returning a signed certified
form with a copy of the drive label.
Table 1 – ProSupport DDR Part Number by
ReadyNAS/ReadyDATA product
Security – retain total control of the sensitive data
Compliance – meet regulatory and privacy requirements
Convenience – eliminate the need to perform certified data destruction
and return the defective drives
NETGEAR closely monitors failure rates of its hard drives and reserves the right
to cancel the DDR Service if NETGEAR reasonably believes that the customer
is abusing the DDR Service (example: when replacement of faulty hard drives
materially exceeds the standard failure rates).
The optional DDR service is available in the selected countries** for business
and governmental agencies with NETGEAR ReadyDATA
family, ReadyNAS
®
Pro
family, 32xx and 42xx series storage systems.
• DDR service is available at the time of system purchase or while the system
remains under limited warranty. (Note that the system and the drives must
be under the limited warranty for the DDR coverage to be in eect.)
• Each DDR contract covers all the hard drives, which were purchased from
NETGEAR, contained within the main storage system. A separate DDR
contract must be purchased for each individual storage system or any
optional storage expansion modules.
• DDR service can also be purchased as an additional component of the
NETGEAR ProSupport Services with a variety of coverage options.
• Complete and sign the certied DDR letter using the company or
agency’s letterhead
• Take a picture or copy the defective drive label (with serial number)
• Contact the local NETGEAR Call Center (not online RMA process) for
• replacement authorization.
• Fax or email the signed certicate along with a copy of the drive label
to NETGEAR
Upon receipt of the complete documentation, NETGEAR will process and ship
replacement unit(s) based on the service entitlement and coverage of the
storage systems which are in eect.
* Covers SATA & SAS drives purchased from NETGEAR
** Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg,
Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, The Netherlands, UK and USA
CATEGORY 2
Model
Defective Drive Retention (DDR)
PDR0132 (3 Years)
PDR0152 (5 Years)
EDA500 o
RN312 o
RN314 o
RN316 o
CATEGORY 3
Model
Defective Drive Retention (DDR)
PDR0133 (3 Years)
PDR0153 (5 Years)
EDA2000
o
EDA4000
o
RDD516
o
RN516
o
RN716x
o
RN212x
o
CATEGORY 4
Model
Defective Drive Retention (DDR)
PDR0134 (3 Years)
PDR0154 (5 Years)
RD52xxxx o
RN322xxx o
RN422xxx o
RN12Pxxxx o
RN12Sxxxx o
RN12Txxxx o
LEGEND
o Optional. Storage system and hard drives must have valid hardware
warranty in eect during the DDR contract term.
NETGEAR, the NETGEAR Logo, ReadyDATA and ReadyNAS are trademarks of NETGEAR, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries. Other brand names mentioned herein are for identication
purposes only and may be trademarks of their respective holder(s). Information is subject to change without notice. © 2014 NETGEAR, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Defective Drive Retention ServicePrimary Benefits of DDR Right to Cancel DDR Service with Excessive Failure RatesAvailabilityCustomer Responsibilities:

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