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IBM LTO Ultrium Data Cartridge LTO6

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Manage explosive data growth, sustain rapid, reliable access to data and ensure business resilience

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  • Internal Product Code:
    CCK2242
  • Manufacturer Product Code:
    00V7590
  • EAN:
    8834363478150
Brand:IBM

Overview

What IBM LTO Ultrium 6 Data Cartridge does for your business

The IBM LTO Ultrium 6 Data Cartridge is designed to help you manage explosive data growth, sustain rapid, reliable access to data and ensure business resilience.

The sixth generation of LTO Ultrium tape media delivers 2.5 TB native capacity and up to 6.25 TB of compressed capacity for even greater efficiency and performance. This exceptional capacity helps reduce the number of cartridges and the amount of equipment, space and labor associated with tape-based data storage.

Reduce investment risk with open standards-based tape technology.

Key Features

Drives storage efficiencies 

Reduce cartridges and the amount of equipment, space and labor associated with tape-based data storage with 2.5 TB native cartridge capacity and up to 6.25 TB capacity with 2.5:1 data compression.

Reduce risk of data loss or corruption 

Facilitate remote, offline data storage for superior protection from natural or man-made threats with tape cartridge portability.

Enhance data access and retrieval 

Search and retrieve data files with directory tree and drag-and-drop, reduce or eliminate software licensing costs and dependencies for data retrieval from tape with IBM Spectrum Archive support.

Reduce data storage investment risk 

Adhere to Linear Tape-Open (LTO) Ultrium 6 standard for compatibility with LTO Ultrium 6 vendors’ tape drive and automation product.

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Cartridge Type

Compressed Capacity

Native Capacity

Brand

IBM

IBM offers tape backup, recovery, and archiving solutions for data protection and retention. IBM invented the concept of magnetic tape computer storage back in 1952. Since then, IBM has delivered many innovations in tape storage and that innovation continues today.
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