LTO1 Ultrium data transfer and tape conversion

LTO1 Ultrium tape cartridge:

The LTO (Linear Tape Open) Ultrium tape cartridge format was developed by Seagate, Hewlett-Packard and IBM (the "LTO Consortium") as a high-perfomance alternative to proprietary tape formats. The first generation drive, the LTO1 (or Ultrium 1), was released in 2000. The data is written in 384 tracks onto one half inch wide tape packaged in a 102 x 105.4 x 21.5 mm plastic cartridge. This cartridge contains a single reel; there is a takeup reel inside the tape drive and has a native (uncompressed) capacity of 100GB.

We convert Ultrium LTO1 tapes and transfer LTO1 back-up data to virtually any other media

Whether your Ultrium LTO1 tape cartridges are in NTBACKUP, BackupExec, Arcserve, Netbackup, TAR, CPIO, VMS Backup, or some other format, we can transfer your data. We have Ultrium LTO1 tape drives and servers running 24/7 with highly trained, motivated staff to oversee data conversion operations.

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