What IBM Spectrum Archive can do for your business
IBM Spectrum Archive™, a member of the IBM Spectrum Storage™ family, gives you direct, intuitive and graphical access to data stored in tape drives and libraries, including the latest LTO 9 tape technology, by incorporating the Linear Tape File System™ (LTFS) format standard for reading, writing and exchanging descriptive metadata on formatted tape cartridges. Spectrum Archive eliminates the need for additional tape management and software to access data. Spectrum Archive offers three software solutions for managing your digital files with the LTFS format: Single Drive Edition, Library Edition and Enterprise Edition.
Efficiency for your tape automation infrastructure
Access and manage files on tape as easily as if they were on hard disk, drag and drop files to and from tape without requiring device-specific software and share file data across platforms.
Fast access to data
Display directories and files without the need for proprietary backup software.
Simple file portability
Easily exchange tapes between different operating systems and software.
Reduce the storage expense for data that does not need the access performance of primary disk.
Gain high availability
Expand capacity without impacting data availability.
Optimize tape resources
Reduce restore times and enable optimal utilization of tape resources.
Key features of IBM Spectrum Archive
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