Support for LTO-8 allows existing customers to double their capacity when compared to LTO-7. In addition, the LTO-8 drives will be backward compatible with LTO-7 tape media, allowing LTO-8 drive users to read/write any LTO-7 media.
NEO Series LTO-8 Product Highlights:
- LTO-8 offers a compressed storage capacity of 30TB (12TB native) using a 2.5:1 ratio, and a compressed transfer rate of 750 MB/sec. (360MB/sec. native)
- LTO-8 tape, like LTO-7, supports LTFS, WORM (Write Once Read Many) and
AES256-bit hardware encryption
- NEO-XL Series: With capacities ranging from 960 TB to 16.8 PB, the NEO-XL Series addresses the need for midrange and enterprise businesses to do more with less by combining effortless automated backup, disaster recovery and archive with flexibility, density, high performance and affordability to ensure that data is protected faster, smarter, easier and more cost effectively.
- NEO-S Series: Designed for IT offices with limited space, resources and budgets, the NEO-S family delivers the ultimate in simple, affordable, reliable backup, archive and disaster recovery and supports up to 360 TB of data into a single unit of rack height.
- NEO LTO Ultrium Tape Drives: With superior performance and capacity, and available in both internal and external configurations, these tape drives provide up to 30TB per cartridge and are ideal for backing up and archiving data on single workstations or small networks.
NEO Series LTO-8 products are now available for order through authorized Overland-Tandberg distributors, starting at an entry MSRP of
For further information, please go to the NEO LTO-8 Products overview page at this link or contact a sales representative at firstname.lastname@example.org
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