Does your data storage capacity outstrip your backup, disaster-recovery, and archive capability?
The HPE T950 Tape Library combines field-proven reliability with storage innovation and gives you access to a full suite of enterprise storage capabilities. It delivers powerful library management, superior and proactive data integrity administration, and the outstanding total cost of ownership (TCO) for any tape solution. Once data expands beyond the limits of your initial HPE T950 Tape Library configurations, you simply add expansion frames to keep growing. Storage can expand up to 120 drives and 10,020 Linear Tape-Open (LTO) slots (7,614 enterprise slots) in eight frames. With versatile built-in BlueScale software interface, you have intelligent command, control, and data integrity functionality at the touch of a screen. HPE T950 Tape Library, with its compact footprint, is installed in many organizations worldwide to meet their backup, archive, and deep storage requirements.
Does your data storage capacity outstrip your backup, disaster recovery, and archive capability?
The HPE TFinity ExaScale Tape Library delivers up to 2.53 exabytes (EB) of proven storage density packaged in a small footprint and offers scalability and speed to meet the requirements of the most demanding environments. Additional flexibility is provided through support of mixed media, both Linear Tape-Open (LTO) Technology and TS11xx technology, in the same library. Customers can also access and migrate data from legacy Oracle® T10000 media to both technologies. Using LTO technology, it can expand from 50 to 56,400 slots for 2.5 EB of compressed data. Using TS1160 technology, the library can expand from 45 to 42,930 slots for 2.15 EB of compressed data. The tape library can support up to 144 drives with transfer rates of 207.4 TB/hr (518 TB/hr compressed) using LTO-9 or support up to 144 drives with transfer rates of 207.4 TB/hr (518 TB/hr compressed) using TS1160 technology.
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