HP Introduces Reliable and Intelligent RDX Disk Media System
Majority of the small organizations lack I.T expertise, sufficient time and have constrained budgets. But due to the increasing government data retention legislations, they also need to secure their organizational data and satisfy their stringent mandates. The best solution for disastrous data loss caused by hardware failures, online hackers, fire, viruses and other threats is periodic backup storage.
Now there is a smart, high performance, affordable and durable solution for your backup needs, the RDX removable disk system. RDX system features a portable disk cartridge that features exceptional durability and longer working life like a tape media cartridge. The RDX dock station behaves just like a conventional tape drive. HP Hewlett-Packard’s expertise and technical excellence in backup tape industry are unmatched. HP RDX cartridge system is a new leading backup standard for workstations and small-scale businesses. It offers robustness, portability and longer archival life of tape storage system along with the drag-and-drop functionality, random data access and fast speed of disk technology.
Long-lasting RDX cartridges offer different capacities starting from 160GB and extending up to a tremendous 1 terabyte. So the users can select the capacity range that is ideal for their IT environment and also suits their budget. Durability of these RDX removable disk cartridges is unrivaled, they can withstand environmental contaminants, electrostatic discharge and up to 5000 load/unload cycles. You will be amazed to know that these HP RDX backup disks can reliably perform storage/retrieval tasks even if they accidentally drop onto a tiled floor. They have been tested by HP to withstand 1 meter drop.
Management of exploding data volumes is easy and efficient thanks to the HP RDX system’s plug and play connectivity, and fast backup speed of 45MB/s. Therefore, the users can seamlessly record more than 100GB information within an hour. Data files can be easily transferred onto the RDX media disk by drag/drop or simple copy/paste. This takes out headache from data management and save more time, thus resulting in satisfaction of advanced business applications and stiff government regulations.
HP is proud to introduce an exceptionally wide range of RDX cartridge models featuring ample capacity for small companies. The HP RDX disks part numbers are Q2044A, Q2043A, Q2042A, Q2041A and Q2040A. Storage capacity offered by these disk cartridges are 1.0 TB, 750GB, 500 GB, 320GB and 160 GB. Backup operations are pain-free and extremely fast with RDX system. Just insert the cartridge into RDX dock station, the system will automatically detect the RDX cartridge and a drive letter will be assigned to it.
The HP RDX dock stations allow flexible configuration and can be installed internally, externally and also with rack mount kit. Their half-height architecture provides a perfect fit for your demanding workstations and servers. Users can operate the future and current models of RDX cartridges with their current RDX dock station. So, no need to replace your existing dock station when future generation RDX disks will be released. This multi-generational HP RDX backup system secures your investment and allows cost effective scalability.
Rob Miller - About Author:
Rob Miller is the Marketing Manager of Tape4backup and markets HP RDX Cartridge and HP Q2044A. 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.
Email: rob @ tape4backup.com
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