Fujifilm LTO8 Ultrium8 Data Cartridge
- This item is usually in stock and therefore ships within 24 hours of receiving the order, unless it is a weekend/public holiday, it will be shipped on the next business day.
- Minimum Purchase:
- 1 unit
Bulk discount rates
Below are the available bulk discount rates for each individual item when you purchase a certain amount
|Buy 40 - 99||and get 2% off|
|Buy 100 or above||and get 4% off|
The Fuji LTO8 tape cartridge or Fujifilm LTO Ultrium8 Data Cartridge 71040 stores up to 12TB in native or uncompressed capacity at speeds of up to 360MB/sec, and up to 30TB of compressed data at speeds up to 900MB/sec. That is up to 1.38TB per hour for native/uncompressed data or up to 3.24TB per hour for compressed data. The Fuji LTO 8 cartridge continues the use of Barium Ferrite (BaFe) particles which improves reliability, longevity and density. The Fuji LTO8 tape cartridges are the latest generation release with highest speed and capacity of the LTO Ultrium family. The Fuji LTO8 cartridges can be used in any LTO8 or LTO Ultrium 8 tape drive or library.
For the option of LTObarcode labels attached to your tapes please see Application of Tape Barcode Labels for details.
Drives that use the FujiFilm/Fuji LTO Ultrium 8 data cartridges are recommended to use the Fuji LTO Ultrium Universal Cleaning Cartridge to keep the drive clean.
High resolution 4K and 8K video, Big Data, and the ever increasing data requirements of business make the Fuji LTO8 tape a perfect solution for cheaper archive, low access storage and managed storage.
Storage & Operational Requirements for Fujifilm LTO8 Ultrium tape cartridges
LTO cartridges should not be used or stored outside these parameters
- Operational Environment Temperature: 10-45 degrees centigrade
- Operational Environmental Humidity: 10-80% relative humidity
- Short Term Storage Environment Temperature: 16-35 degrees centigrade
- Short Term Storage Environmental Humidity: 20-80% relative humidity
- Archival Storage (long-term) Environment Temperature: 16-25 degrees centigrade
- Archival Storage (long-term) Environment Humidity: 20-50% relative humidity
- Wet Bulb Environment Temperature (Operational, Short & Long Term Storage): not to exceed 26 degrees centigrade maximum