ORACLE/SUN/STORAGETEK LTO 2 ULTRIUM 2 TAPE
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ORACLE SUN StorageTek LTO2, LTO 2 or LTO Ultrium 2 Data Cartridge 003-0508-01 has a native capacity of up to 200GB and a compressed capacity of up to 400GB.
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Oracle SUN StorageTek Drives and all other drives that use the Oracle SUN StorageTek LTO Ultrium 2 data cartridges are recommended to use the Oracle SUN StorageTek LTO Ultrium Universal Cleaning Cartridge to keep the drive clean.
Oracle/Sun/StorageTek have discontinued the LTO 2 tape cartridge (003-0508-01). We only have 20 left in stock. Email email@example.com or call 1300 788 824 for any enquiries.
The ultimate for Ultrium Oracle Sun StorageTek's LTO Ultrium data cartridges and are compatible with the tape drives from all three of the manufacturers of Ultrium devices—HP, IBM, and Quantum. High Capacity Be prepared for growth With a native capacity of up to 400 GB, LTO Ultrium data cartridges prepare you to respond quickly to the demands for archiving, backup, and disaster recovery needs. High Durability Data protection is investment protection StorageTek LTO Ultrium data cartridges are tested for one million tape passes. This high reliability helps keep data safe and protects cartridge investments. Application Flexibility Backup and restore When you use these data cartridges with LTO Ultrium tape drives, you can accelerate backup and restore processes by processing more data in less time. LTO Ultrium data cartridges are designed for high data integrity, and their high capacity reduces the number of mounts and dismounts, saving time and equipment wear. Disaster recovery LTO Ultrium tape drives and LTO Ultrium data cartridges are an integral part of site-wide disaster recovery processes for remotely vaulting data in tape form. Here again, high data integrity and a long life help protect your investment. Archiving Your volumes of archival data are growing fast. LTO Ultrium data cartridge capacities can help you reduce the number of tapes you need to archive that growing data.