What the IBM LTO 9 Tape Drive can do for your business
IBM® LTO 9 Tape Drive incorporates the latest generation of Linear Tape-Open (LTO) technology, delivering even higher capacity than the previous generation. In addition to backup, LTO 9 Tape Drive is designed to help your business handle the growing data demands of modern tape use cases like cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), and active file archive. By providing a physical storage capacity of up to 45 TB per cartridge (with 2.5:1 compression), LTO 9 Tape Drive is an excellent tape storage solution for medium-sized and enterprise businesses requiring backup and low-cost, archival storage of data.
Reduce storage costs
Gain 50% more storage capacity in the same footprint. Store up to 45 TB (compressed) per cartridge — better capacity than previous-generation LTO cartridges.
Simplify data management
Make tape-based data easy to access. IBM Spectrum Archive™ supports the tape-oriented IBM Linear Tape File System™ (IBM LTFS).
Help meet compliance requirements
Enhance security and compliance with data encryption and Write Once Read Many (WORM) support.
Internal enclosure enables portability and flexible installation fitting two units side-by-side on a 19-inch rack shelf.
Empower your users
Integration with IBM Spectrum Protect™ allows users to create, manage and archive — including concurrent copies of content, plus active, inactive and offsite content.
Cross-platform, open systems support helps integrate high-capacity tape backups with a variety of systems running Microsoft Windows or UNIX operating systems.
Key features of the LTO 9 Tape Drive
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