Freeman Reports

Freeman Reports

A series of technical reports on data storage devices originally developed by Freeman Associates, Inc., Santa Barbara, CA (www.freemaninc.com). For more than two decades, they provided exhaustive detail about the disk and tape industry, including up-to-date data on technology, capacities, purposes, market share and future trends. In 1999, Freeman Associates discontinued the series, but turned over the tape market research and reports to Freeman Reports, Ojai, CA (www.freemanreports.com).
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Abraham is principal analyst at Freeman Reports (Ojai, CA)
According to the Freeman Reports, less than 150,000 DVD-RAM units were sold in 1998, instead of the half million predicted earlier.
Freeman reports the results of two investigations of urban agriculture in Kenya, focussing on a questionnaire administered to a random sample of urban cultivators in Nairobi.
After replacing its legacy backup platform with the multi-module capabilities of Simpana software, Freeman reports that it has reduced its window to backup critical data from eight to two hours and significantly lowered administrative overhead with centralized management and granular reporting.
Key tape analysts and reporters from premiere organizations such as Freeman Reports, Data Mobility Group and Computer Technology Review also participated.
Elaine Freeman reports on studies conducted by Johns Hopkins University researchers using Revimmune which show remarkable promise, as well as durable remissions and potential cures for autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, scleroderma, severe aplastic anemia, and lupus.
Tape continues to be the most cost-effective technology for storing large volumes of archival data," said Robert Abraham, president of Freeman Reports.
According to Bob Abraham, Freeman Reports, DDS tape technology represented approximately 58% of the worldwide low-end tape drive unit shipments in 2002, and with more than 6.
The Spectra T950 with six frames is a great expansion to an already impressive library that is the only platform available with integrated disk and data encryption," said Bob Abraham, president of Freeman Reports.
Additionally, according to Freeman Reports, the tape automation market is expected to grow units shipped by 11% in 2004.
Since late 2003, second and third generation LTO products have gained significant market momentum," said Bob Abraham, Freeman Reports and author of the study.
However, DDS technology is the most popular tape drive technology ever--with an installed base of nearly 7 million drives--and still dominates the low end of the tape drive market with a 58% market share in 2002, according to Freeman Reports.

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