Tape backup and tape libraries
- August 02, 2012
Tandberg Data announced this week its 1.5 terabyte RDX cartridges would be available in September through Tandberg Data's channel partners.
- July 19, 2012
StorageTek SL150 -- the latest Oracle tape library -- starts at 30 slots and scales to 300 slots or 900 TB of raw data with LTO-5 drives.
- July 13, 2012
Quantum gives StorNext a new underlying database, an Archive Vault tier and faster performance to better handle 'big data' files.
- April 16, 2012
Quantum’s Scalar LTFS appliance brings linear tape file system (LTFS) support to its tape libraries, making it easier to access files on tape.
- March 26, 2012
Tape NAS brings file-level access to LTO tape for archiving, but Crossroads StrongBox is alone among hardware that takes full advantage of LTFS.
- November 23, 2011
Swiss university turns to Amplidata’s object-based storage to digitize 45 years of Montreux Jazz Festival performances in an active archive.
- November 17, 2011
National Geographic Global Media turns to Spectra Logic T950 library for tape archiving to hold PBs of data at lower cost and less space than disk.
- November 15, 2011
Quantum gives DXi8500 disk backup system better dedupe and scalabilty, adds dual robotics and dynamic provisioning to Scalar i6000 tape library.
- November 04, 2011
TechTarget's Storage Media Group reports on product releases from Spectra Logic, Bocada and from a Storage Decisions conference for intelligence community professionals.
- November 01, 2011
Spectra Logic launched its latest high-capacity enterprise tape library, with new management software and features to lengthen the useful lifespan of tapes.
- August 08, 2011
EMC, looking to convert mainframe tape users to disk, ugrades its Disk Library for mainframes (DLm) platform.
- July 26, 2011
Over the past year, tape systems have seen a good deal of innovation, including higher capacities, faster throughput, and new tape library robotics.
- July 05, 2011
Linear Tape File System (LTFS) for LTO-5 is starting to gain support in tape libraries and other archiving products that are expected to simplify data archiving.
- May 09, 2011
IBM becomes the first vendor to add Linear Tape File System (LTFS) support for tape libraries, and expands its TS3550 library to 2.7 exabytes of compressed data capacity.
- April 12, 2011
Quantum is following Spectra Logic’s lead by adding data verification for data stored on tape for long-term archiving.