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IBM LTO Ultrium Data Cartridge LTO7

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Protect and preserve more data for longer periods of time with high-capacity tape media designed for reliability and longevity

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What IBM LTO Ultrium 7 Data Cartridge does for your business

IBM LTO Ultrium 7 Data Cartridge offers more than double the storage capacity of previous generations for long-term data preservation that provides security as it sustains rapid, reliable access to data and helps ensure business resilience.

Today’s rapid data growth compounds the need for increased storage capacity. The seventh generation of LTO Ultrium tape media delivers 6 TB native capacity and up to 15 TB of compressed capacity for significantly 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.

Key Features

Ensure optimal data security

Leverage tape cartridge portability to facilitate remote, offline data storage for superior protection from natural or man-made threats that can impact online or on-site data storage.

Increase efficiency and performance

Leverage 6 TB native capacity and up to 15 TB of compressed capacity for significantly greater efficiency and performance, as well as reduced cartridge, equipment, space and labour requirements.

Enhance data access

Allow users and applications to directly retrieve files from tape rather than rely on third-party applications to enhance data access and potentially reduce software licensing costs and dependencies.


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Compressed Capacity

Native Capacity



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.