High Capacity and Performance -- Each 8mm AIT-5 media cartridge boasts a native capacity
of 400GB, and up to 1.04TB with 2.6:1 compression.
Since up to 50 discs can be loaded into the Bravo XR-Blu at a time, this gives a total native capacity
of up to 2.5 terabytes of data that can be published in a single session.
The autoloader offers users 1.4 TB of native capacity
and data transfer speed of up to 187 GB per hour with one Ultrium LTO-2 drive and seven tape cartridges, and it will soon be available with Ultrium LTO-3, which will double the Magnum 1x7's capacity and speed.
The groundbreaking Iomega REV Autoloader 1000 is a 2U single-drive desktop device featuring 10-slots for a native capacity
of 350GB (700GB with 2:1 software compression), all managed with the bundled enterprise-strength BrightStor ARCserve Backup Standard Edition r11.1 plus Disaster Recovery Option software from CA.
Designed for content management, data backup, and enterprise data storage applications, the systems offer a total native capacity
of up to 1.2 petabytes.
Sony is also presenting a DTF product roadmap extending to 2005 with the introduction of DTF-4 that will offer 1000GB of native capacity
. A comparative roadmap is available for Sony's Advanced Intelligent Tape (AIT), a technology developed to address the requirements of the entry level and mid-range markets that currently offers a Negative capacity of 100B in the smallest form factor of its performance class.
The company plans to offer a native capacity
of 1.2 terabytes (TB) on a single tape cartridge, with a data throughput rate of over 100 megabytes per second by the end of 2005.
IBM said the new product, the Fast Access Linear Tape C-Format XL Data Cartridge, offers 7GB of native capacity
(or 21GB with 3:1 compression), representing an increase of up to 40% on the capacity of previously available products.
-- SCO UNIX servers -- For these environments, a driver is provided that allows users to apply the built-in backup utilities of SCO UNIX (native capacity
and speed only).
The units have a 4.0-GB native capacity
and burst transfer rates of up to 514 kB/sec.