LTO technology was first introduced in 2000 and is currently in it’s seventh generation. LTO-7 specifications support tape cartridge storage uncompressed capacity of up to 6TB, which is why it is an attractive data archive option for media companies, who face an ever increasing challenge to cope with the amount of data that is needs to be managed.
Linear Tape File System (LTFS) allows files stored on LTO tapes to be accessed in a similar way to those on disk or removable flash drives. This has made LTO technology accessible to non-techies and is attractive to media professionals looking for a familiar way to interface with their archived data.
If you’re new to LTO-7 or LTFS, here are a couple of introduction videos that will help you understand these things a little better. For more information on LTO, LTFS and how these solutions can help you, the media professional, do email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Introducing LTO Technology
An overview of LTO Technology and how its capacity, performance, compatibility, inter-changeability, and cost control provides safe and smart storage for IT professionals in many sectors.
Linear Tape File System (LTFS): Game Changer in Data Storage
Hear more about how the reliable, low cost and low energy consuming the linear tape-open (LTO) technology with the linear file tape system (LTFS) can help with data retention in the movie and music industry, post production, broadcasting, digital video surveillance management along with cloud and storage management.