The Tandberg Data Ultra SCSI tape StorageLoader gives IT professionals all the benefits of LTO technology: High performance, high capacity, and Tandberg Data's world-class automation. As a result, they can manage rapid data growth even while data backup windows get smaller and smaller.
The combination of Tandberg automation and Archiware PresStore for Mac OS X software provides automated backup procedures, eliminates operator error, and dramatically cuts data management costs. The StorageLoader offers affordable automation with Ethernet remote management and a barcode reader as standard features. With one LTO-3 drive and 8 data cartridge slots you can achieve a capacity of 3.2/6.4 TB and a transfer rate of 216/432 GB/Hour in a slim 1U rack size. Native/compressed (assumes 2:1).
The StorageLoader's intuitive, user-friendly LCD screen guides you through status, diagnostic, and help functions. Over all the StorageLoader provides the best combination of capability, reliability, and affordability.
What's in the Box?
- One LTO-3 StorageLoader
- 2 m 68-pin HD to 68-pin VHDCI Ultra SCSI cable
- Internal tape barcode scanner
- Barcode label set
- Ethernet port with remote management
- Product documentation
- U.S. and international power cord
- Rack-mount kit
- Connections : Ultra SCSI
- Mfr. Part Number : 270072-300
- UPC or EAN No. : 709550011930
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- Warranty : 3-year limited warranty with 3 years advanced exchange
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- Asked by Jorge G from Miami
- Oct 17, 2009
I've been using Retrospect 8.0 for Macintosh for over a year now.
Nice and easy to set up.
- Answered by Jerry P from Dixon
- Feb 1, 2010