Dell 0HC591, LTO 3 Tape Delivers Superior Backup Efficiency With PowerVault LTO-3 Tape Drives

Published: 04th August 2011
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Protection of corporate data is essential for business continuity. Rush to E-business, exploding data amounts, rigid industry regulations, competitive business environment and tight budgets have intensified the backup storage challenges. LTO (linear tape open) technology is the optimal tape-based solution that meets the rigorous demands of today’s data centers at the best price. LTO ultrium format has been intelligently designed to deliver unparalleled levels of durability, storage efficiency, performance and cost-effectiveness.



Dell backup media products are rigorously engineered for longer life expectancy and unprecedented reliability. Dell’s stringent media testing and tightly-controlled manufacturing processes ensure superior quality. Dell offers a complete range of reasonably-priced LTO devices. All types of business enterprises using Dell PowerVault NAS or PowerEdge servers can count of Dell LTO tape solutions. Dell LTO3 tape format provides the backup speed and storage capacity demanded by today’s mid-sized businesses, public organizations, high end workstations, modern commercial applications, financial industry and busy data centers.



A single Dell 0HC591, LTO3 tape can backup twice the amount of data than LTO2 ultrium tape. Dell ultrium3 cartridge can preserve native 400GB data. Media capacity of LTO ultrium2 tape is 200 GB. In order to ensure compatibility with a wider array of IT infrastructures, Dell has developed LTO-3-060 (half height) and LTO-3-080 (full height) LTO3 drives. Price and data transfer speed of Dell half-height LTO3 drive is slightly lower than Full-height drive. Dell LTO-3-080 drive achieves an exceptional native speed of 80 MB/second. Data throughput rate offered by LTO-3-060 half height drive is 60 MB/s (native). Super-fast data transfer speed makes LTO3 media technology the optimal solution for data-rich applications such as supply chain management, audio/video archiving and modern information systems.



Dell LTO ultrium tapes deliver a perfect balance of cost-effectiveness and longer archival life. Following are the part numbers of high-performance Dell LTO backup tapes:



Dell LTO 1 ultrium tape, 09W084



Dell LTO ultrium2 tape, 340-8701



Dell LTO ultrium4 tape, 341-4640



Dell LTO ultrium5 tape, 02H9YH



LTO ultrium tape format is backed up by the leading tape media giants including Quantum, Fuji, TDK, HP, IBM, Imation, Maxell and Sony.



Dell ultrium3 tape drives are ideal for long-term investment protection. Dell LTO3 media format offers a pain-free migration path to the customers of previous two generations. The customers can reliably extract data from LTO ultrium 1 and LTO ultrium 2 tapes with Dell ultrium3 tape drives. Additionally, the Dell LTO3 drives also feature the advantageous capability to write data onto LTO2 media tapes. This remarkable backward compatibility empowers the businesses to meet their growing data protection needs, while ensuring greater storage value and investment protection.



For reliable data security, WORM functionality has been introduced in LTO ultrium3 media format. With WORM technology, you can secure your valuable business data against malicious data corruption, accidental erasures and common operating errors. Business enterprises that choose Dell LTO ultrium3 format will be able to standardize their company-wide backup system and meet the government legislations at an economical cost.



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Frank Miller is the Marketing Manager of Backuptape and markets Dell LTO3 tape and Dell LTO2 tape. He has vast experience in the marketing and trading industries and has been helping buyers who have the backup needs and guide clients about the technology.



Frank Miller

3984 Washington Blvd #503 Fremont CA 94538

Tel: 888-686-8273

Fax: 888-449-5050

Email: sales@backuptapes.net


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