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Describing a coin that has not been officially appraised or put in some protective casing by an appraisal company.
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The latest version of IBM's enterprise class half-inch tape, 3590 model H, features native capacity of 60GB with transfer rates of 14MB/sec, representing a 50% increase over previous versions.
AIT-3 has a native capacity of 100GB (260GB compressed) and a native transfer rate of 12MB/sec.
As another high-capacity format seeking to take market share from the industry leader DLT, Exabyte's Mammoth 2 is currently the highest-capacity helical scan format available with a native capacity of 60GB and a native transfer rate of 12MB/sec.
With a native capacity of 40GB and a sustained data rate of 6MB/sec, DLT 8000 is an interim step on the way to SuperDLT, and is fully backward read compatible with the installed base of DLT 7000 and DLT 4000 tapes.
Its pricing sets it solidly in the DDS space, with comparable drive prices for 25GB native capacity and reasonably-priced media.
The SDLT 600 tape drive is the third generation of Quantum's SuperDLT technology, delivering 300 gigabytes of native capacity per tape and 129 gigabytes per hour native data transfer rate, making the SDLT 600 ideal for enterprise-class backup, archival and near-online storage applications.
The state-of-the-art AMP media increases the native capacity of the media to at least 100GB per cartridge, offering ease-of-use and lower total cost of ownership.
The fifth generation DDS product, called DAT72, with 36 GB native capacity does not offer enough capacity to backup today's average server hard drives.
With a 20GB native capacity and a 3MB/sec uncompressed transfer speed, it utilizes a high coercivity metal particle tape for high recording density and efficient encoding schemes.
The SDLT 320 provides 160 GB of native capacity (320 GB compressed) and a 16 MB/second native transfer rate (32 MB/second compressed).