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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 LTO roadmap is now specified out to a sixth generation with a native capacity of 3.2 terabytes per cartridge and a data rate of 540 MB/sec.
Consumer electronics company Sony has announced the upcoming launch of its Advanced Intelligent Tape (AIT-4) offering with a native capacity of 200GB.
The Scalar 10K is available in LTO, SDLT, AIT and mixed media configurations, supporting up to 648 drives and 15,885 cartridges for a total native capacity of up to 1,588 TB.
With up to 300GB native capacity (600GB compressed) in a single compact cartridge, Imation Super DLT II tape cartridges are suitable for both stand-alone and automated environments.
The industry's first 500-gigabyte disk drive was just announced using four 125-gigabyte platters, while the first one-terabyte native capacity tape cartridge has been previewed.
The first product, the 8PAC-3, is an entry-level tape automation system featuring a Sony AIT-3 8mm tape drive with a native capacity of 100Gb and native transfer rate of 12Mb/s.
With continuous advancements in MP technology development, we believe MP technology will be the most competitive technology for removable magnetic tape media in the foreseeable future--delivering 1TB-capable native capacity cartridges within the decade.
Targeted at workgroups in the cost-sensitive end of the tape storage market, the autoloader also features 665GB of native capacity and 14.4GB/h speed to every application.
A good example of the latest and greatest hardware is the pending release of a new LTO2 drive slated for this summer with a native capacity of 400GB on a single tape.
When configured with 16 drives, the Neo Series system is scalable from 1Tb to 24Tb native capacity and 21.6Gb/hour to 460.8Gb/hour native performance.
Boasting 500GB of native capacity (1.3TB compressed), SAIT is the world's first tape format capable of holding over 1TB of capacity on a single cartridge.