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IBM LTO Ultrium Data Cartridge LTO8

£55.40(£66.48 inc. VAT)

More than 20 In Stock

Delivers 12 TB native capacity and up to 30 TB of compressed capacity for significantly greater efficiency and performance

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  • Internal Product Code:
    CCK2240
  • Manufacturer Product Code:
    01PL041
  • EAN:
    883436693417
Brand:IBM

Overview

What IBM LTO Ultrium 8 data cartridge does for your business

The IBM® LTO Ultrium 8 data cartridge (LTO 8) offers double the storage capacity of the previous generation for long-term data preservation and rapid, reliable access to data. The eighth generation of LTO Ultrium tape media delivers 12 TB native capacity and up to 30 TB of compressed capacity for even greater efficiency and performance.

Purchasing LTO 8 data cartridges from IBM gives you peace of mind in sourcing media from a trusted, time-proven tape technology leader.

Discover how the LT0 8 can help you manage explosive data growth, sustain rapid, reliable access to data and ensure business resilience.

Key Features

Increase capacity and performance 

Leverage 12 TB native capacity and up to 30 TB of compressed capacity for significantly greater efficiency and performance, and to reduce the number of cartridges, equipment, space and labour.

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 

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

Warranty

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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