Quantum LTO4 Ultrium 4 Data Cartridge MR-L4MQN-01
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The Quantum LTO4 or LTO Ultrium 4 data cartridge MR-L4MQN-01 has a native capacity of 800GB and up to 1.6TB compressed capacity. The Quantum LTO 4 tape can write the data at up to 120MB/second native or up to 240MB/second compressed. The Quantum LTO 4 cartridges have 896 tracks and a tape length of 820 meters. The Quantum LTO4 tape has a lifetime durability of 1,000,000 passes. A pass is each time the tape changes direction so a backup could have over 1,000 passes depending on the data written.The Quantum LTO4 cartridges are backward compatible and therefore suitable for read or write in all LTO4 or LTO Ultrium4 drives, suitable for read or write in all LTO5 or LTO Ultrium5 drives, and can be read only in LTO6 or LTO Ultrium6 drives.
For the option of LTO barcode labels attached to your tapes please see Application of Tape Barcode Labels for details.
Drives that use the Quantum LTO Ultrium 4 data cartridges MR-L4MQN-01 are recommended to use the Quantum LTO Ultrium Universal Cleaning Cartridge MR-LUCQN-01 to keep the drive clean.
Quantum media cartridges are manufactured to the highest industry standards for quality and reliability, ensuring low error rates, high performance and long-term durability. Quantum media allows you to archive your data with confidence. The Quantum media family offers you more choices to better manage your data over time, and now includes LTO Ultrium tape cartridges. Our LTO Ultrium tape format has been optimized for high capacity and performance with outstanding reliability, in either stand-alone or automated environments.
The Quantum LTO Ultrium product line ranges from 200GB* to 1600GB* capacity per cartridge, making it an ideal choice for capacity specific backup and archive applications.
* High Storage Capacity – Up to 800GB native and up to 1600GB* compressed
* Fast Transfer Rate – Up to 240MB/sec
* for quicker backup and improved cost efficiency
* High-Performance – A 4KB high durability non-contact IC memory chip is built-in and contributes to significant improvement in tape library access