HP Ultrium 1840 Tape Drive Performs Excellently with C7974A, LTO-4 Media Tape
Data protection has become the topmost priority, as your organization’s future success and sustainability are directly related to the integrity and availability of vital organizational data. LTO ultrium tape media technology provides you an open platform, thus facilitating the customers to operate backup operations on LTO media cartridges with any brand of compliant LTO drives. A compelling benefit of LTO ultrium format is that the organizations can seamlessly standardize all of their backup tape system.
HP Hewlett-Packard, co-developer of LTO technology, carefully engineers and tests its LTO tape media to ensure superior compatibility and consistent performance. The combination of exhaustive tape media tests and tightly-controlled manufacturing process helps to create the most durable and high-performance tape storage solutions.
HP LTO ultrium-4 tape is the format of choice for midrange businesses, network backups, supply chain management, popular servers, financial organizations, enterprise class applications and departmental servers. Capacity of HP LTO4, C7974A backup tape has been doubled over the LTO3 media cartridge. Now seamlessly pack up to 800GB / 1600GB onto HP LTO ultrium 4 cartridge and save more shelf space. Increased recording capacity means fewer tapes needed for data storage, which will ultimately enhance the performance and further shorten the backup time. As compared to the LTO2 ultrium solution, the HP LTO4 technology reduces the data set by 75 percent. Latest generation LTO-5 tape solution is also being offered by HP, which provides a scalable path to overcome the growing storage demands.
HP ultrium 1840 represents a robustly engineered LTO4 tape drive family, based on the industry leading full-height architecture. HP ultrium 1840 drive delivers 25% faster transfer speed than LTO3 drive. Transfer rate of HP 1840 tape drives accelerates to an outstanding 240 Mbps with compressed data. That is why the data administrators prefer HP ultrium 1840 drive for video applications and demanding data centers. Built-in encryption system and WORM functionality make HP LTO ultrium4 a reliable tape medium for regulatory compliance demands and robust data protection objectives.
So the users can secure their mission-critical data and sensitive business documents against unauthorized access, malicious corruption and common human errors. You won’t have to install extra devices for data encryption, as the HP LTO4 solution offers hardware-based encryption system. Furthermore, the 256-bit encryption algorithm elevates the security level and provides robust protection at an affordable price. So cost-effectively meet the mandates of strict data retention laws around the globe. IBM LTO ultrium4 solution also performs excellently in data-intensive environments and demanding data centers.
More than 860 GB data can be reliably backed up by HP ultrium 1840 drive within an hour. 8KB memory chip has been incorporated in HP LTO ultrium4 tape, which stores the directory index, usage history, error rate and other useful information. So the HP ultrium 1840 drive can enhance the storage performance and searching speed by extracting the useful information from the memory chip. HP LTO ultrium4 is the ultimate solution for large scale IT environments and reliable security of business-critical information.
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