Imation LTO4 Ultrium4 Data Cartridge
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The Imation LTO4 Tape cartridge or Imation LTO Ultrium4 data cartridge are the fourth generation of LTO Ultrium tapes (Generation 4), and were first released to the market in 2007. Imation LTO4 tape has a capacity of 800GB with a speed of 120MB/s in native mode and up to 1.6TB and a transfer rate of 240 MB/s in compressed mode. The Imation LTO Ultrium 4 tapes have 896 tracks and a tape length of 820 meters. These Imation LTO4 tapes has a lifetime durability of 1,000,000 passes. A pass is each time the tape changes direction so a single backup could have over 1,000 passes depending on the data written.The Imation LTO 4 tapes are backward compatible and therefore able to be read or written to in all LTO4 or LTO Ultrium 4 drives, all LTO5 or LTO Ultrium 5 drives, and can be read only in all LTO6 or LTO Ultrium 6 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 Imation LTO Ultrium 4 data cartridges are recommended to use the Imation LTO Ultrium Universal Cleaning Cartridge to keep the drive clean. Imation have discontinued the LTO 4 tape cartridge (51122 17532). We only have 69 left in stock. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 788 824 for any enquiries. The Imation LTO Ultrium Generation 4 tape cartridges are a new standard in high capacity, open-systems data storage, manufactured with Imation's proprietary Tera Angstrom Technology. These Imation LTO4 tape cartridges combine the advantages of linear, multi-channel, bi-directional formats with enhancements in servo technology, data compression, track layout and error correction. The result is an exciting new media that delivers outstanding performance and twice the capacity of LTO Generation 3 cartridges. Robust data protection and Imation's patented corner snap improves cartridge strength by keeping the leader pin in place and the cartridge tightly closed in the event of rough handling. A patented three-piece tape spool aids in tape guidance, distributing stress more evenly over the tape for better performance and longer archival life. A proprietary servo writing process optimizes tape tracking and helps ensure accurate read/write operations; enabling best-in-class Position Error Signal (PES) performance to minimize servo off-track errors and improve overall transfer rates.