HP/HPE LTO-6 BaFe WORM Tape Cartridge C7976BW is a Barium Ferrite tape designed for data that is written once but never overwritten or changed. Therefore this is a Write Once Read Many (WORM) Data Cartridge and cannot be written to more than once. It is ideal for backups and archive that will never be changed.
HP LTO-6 Ultrium can write or read data at a blistering 1.4 TB/hour, storing, encrypting and protecting up to 3 TB on a single cartridge, making it the big hitter in large-scale, 24x7, mission-critical IT environments. Highest Capacity and Performance of any Comparable Tape Technology. HP LTO-6 Ultrium can write or read data at a blistering 1.4 TB/hour, storing, encrypting and protecting up to 3 TB on a single cartridge, making it the big hitter in large-scale, 24x7, mission-critical IT environments. A 70% increase in the number of tracks has increase the bit density, allowing more data to be recorded in the same amount of tape: from 1,280 tracks for LTO-5 to 2,176 tracks for 6th generation HP LTO-6 Ultrium 6.25 TB cartridges. LTO Ultrium cartridge memory chip delivers faster access time and enhanced media monitoring. First time restore ensured with fewer media failures and disrupted backups, regardless of duty cycle or environmental conditions.
Operational Requirements for HP LTO-4 Ultrium tapes
Operational Temperature: 10-45 degrees centigrade
Storage Temperature: 16-32 degrees centigrade
Archival Temperature: 5-23 degrees centigrade
Wet Bulb Temperature: not to exceed 26 degrees centigrade
Operating Humidity: 10-80%
Archival Humidity: 20-60%
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) global warranty warrants the user, that this media product is free from defects in materials and workmanship under normal use during the useful life of the product (the "Warranty Period"). If HPE receives notice of such defect during the Warranty Period, HPE will, at its option, either repair or replace such defective product.
What the warranty does not cover
This warranty does not apply to defects caused by misuse, improper storage, or normal wear and tear. Improper storage includes without limitation, not complying with HPE's recommendations on optimum storage temperatures and humidity.
If HPE is unable, within a reasonable time, to repair or replace any product then purchaser shall be entitled to a refund of the purchase price.
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To enable HPE to provide the best possible support during the Limited Lifetime Warranty period, you will be required to:
Maintain proper and adequate environment in accordance with the instructions furnished.
Always load the most recent firmware in drives, install software patches in applications, run HPE diagnostics and utilities such as Library and Tape Tools and implement temporary procedures or work arounds by HPE while HPE works on a permanent solution.
Cooperate with HPE in attempting to resolve the problem over the telephone. This may involve performing routine diagnostic procedures, installing additional software or patches, removing third party options and/or substituting options.
Australia Warranty Policy HEWLETT PACKARD ENTERPRISE AUSTRALIA WARRANTY POLICY: YOUR CONSUMER RIGHTS When you buy a good from Hewlett Packard Enterprise as a consumer, the good comes with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.The relevant guarantees are as follows: Quality—goods supplied by Hewlett Packard Enterprise must be of acceptable quality. The test for acceptable quality is whether a reasonable consumer, fully aware of the state and condition of the goods, would find them:◦ safe, durable and free from defects;◦ acceptable in appearance and finish; and◦ fit for all the purposes for which goods of that kind are commonly supplied.This must take into account the nature and price of the goods, and any statements on packaging or labelling.•Disclosed Purpose—goods or services supplied by Hewlett Packard Enterprise that Hewlett Packard Enterprise represents are reasonably fit for a purpose expressly disclosed by a consumer must be reasonably fit for that purpose. Description—goods supplied by Hewlett Packard Enterprise must match the description provided by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Sample—goods supplied by Hewlett Packard Enterprise must match any sample shown to you by Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Title—a consumer who purchases a good from Hewlett Packard Enterprise must receive clear title to the good. Due care and skill—services provided to you by Hewlett Packard Enterprise must be provided with due care and skill. 32 Accessing Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support