Super DLT Tape DrivesHighlights
Dramatically higher capacity
The Super DLT 600 tape drive delivers an impressive 300-gigabytes-per-cartridge storage capacity nearly ten times the capacity of the DLT 7000. You can
do more with fewer storage resources at a lower storage cost.
With the 36-megabytes-per-second sustained native data transfer rate of the SDLT 600 more than seven times faster than the DLT 7000 drive you can restore a complete MS Exchange Information Store in less than four minutes.
The SDLT 600 is the first generation of SDLT to offer native Fibre Channel connectivity and support for common networking topologies. Choose either 2-gigabit optical Fibre Channel or Ultra 160 SCSI interfaces.
The SDLT 600 tape drive and Super DLTtape II media leverage DLTIce, supported by DLTSage, to offer write once read many (WORM) functionality to support compliance and security requirements.
The SDLT 320 is fully backward read compatible with DLTtape IV media providing you with access to previously stored data.
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