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HP DW016A Ultrium 448 Internal Tape Drive by Hewlett Packard

Product Details

Manufacturer
Hewlett Packard
Brand
HP
Platform
Pc
OS
Windows

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Features

  • SCSI DRV DPE SW/INT CABL/TAPE CART

Description

DETAILS: The HP StorageWorks Ultrium 448 tape drive represents HP's second generation of half-height LTO tape drive technology. As the highest capacity, highest performance half-height drive in the StorageWorks family, the Ultrium 448 delivers a compressed storage capacity of 400 GB per data cartridge, using LTO 2 media. The Ultrium 448 Tape Drive is fully read and write compatible with all first and second-generation Ultrium drives and media. These features combined with low pricing make the Ultrium 448 the ideal direct-attach and network backup solution for entry-level and midrange servers where capacity and low cost of ownership are critical. Product Description HP StorageWorks Ultrium 448 – tape drive – LTO Ultrium – SCSI Device Type: Tape drive – LTO Ultrium Recording Standard: LTO Ultrium 2 Enclosure Type: Internal Interface Type: SCSI LVD Dimensions (WxDxH): 5.7 in x 8.1 in x 1.6 in Weight: 3.3 lbs Storage Removable: LTO Ultrium – 5.25″ x 1/2H Storage Removable Capacity: 200 GB (native) / 400 GB (compressed) Supported Tape Cartridges (Read and Write): Ultrium 2 Data Transfer Rate (native): 24 MBps ( 84.4 GBph ) Data Transfer Rate (compressed): 48 MBps ( 169 GBph ) OS Required: IBM AIX, SGI Irix, SunSoft Solaris, HP-UX, Novell NetWare, Linux, Red Hat Linux, Microsoft Windows Manufacturer Warranty: 3 years warranty ALTERNATE ITEM #: DW016A UPC: 0829160840567


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