OWC LTO-8 Data Cartridge for Ultrium 8 LTO-8 Drives

SKU
OWCTB3LT8TAPE
Special Price $69.99 Regular Price $79.95
SKU
OWCTB3LT8TAPE

Key features

  • High Storage Capacity: Up to 12TB native/30TB compressed (2.5:1)
  • 30-Year Archival Life
  • High-Performance: a 16KB high-durability non-contact IC memory chip is built-in. This contributes to significant improvement in tape library access
  • Future Compatible: LTO-8 tapes will be able to be read by and written to by LTO-9 tape drives and be read by LTO-10 drives
  • Lifetime OWC Limited Warranty

The OWC 12TB/30TB LTO-8 Data Cartridge for Ultrium 8 LTO-8 Drives offers double the storage capacity of the previous generation for long-term data preservation and rapid, reliable access to data. The eighth generation of Ultrium LTO tape media delivers up to 12TB native capacity or up to 30TB compressed (2.5:1) capacity for even greater efficiency and performance.

Additional Features

30-year archival life
16kB high-durability non-contact IC memory chip built-in to help improve tape library access
Can be read and written to by LTO-9 drives
Can be read from (but not written to) by LTO-10 drives
BrandOWC
Storage
Storage12TB / 30TB Compressed
Audio
Noise CancelingYes
In the Box
Box ContentsOWC 12TB/30TB LTO-8 Data Cartridge for Ultrium 8 LTO-8 Drives
Electronics
GPSYes
Beamforming SupportYes
WarrantyLimited Lifetime Warranty

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