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Super DLT Tape Drives

Sun 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.

• Advanced performance
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.

• SAN-ready
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.

• WORM-capable
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.

• Investment protection
The SDLT 320 is fully backward read compatible with DLTtape IV media providing you with access to previously stored data.
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