Computer Associates International Inc. (CA) announced that it is increasing the maximum virtual volume size for its BrightStor CA-Vtape to 2 GB. By doing so, CA said it will save its users significant CPU cycles and simplify tape management operations.
Increased virtual volume size conserves CPU cycles by allowing customers to turn off the compression functions required to fit application data into the volumes that were previously limited to 800 MB.
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