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  • IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library

    IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library

    Date added: 2011-05-10

    Lee Jesionowski, chief architect for IBM tape automation, loads the IBM System Storage TS3500 Tape Library, announced today with a new shuttle connection feature, pictured on the top of the system. The TS3500 is the first tape library system to provide over 2.7 exabytes of automated, low cost storage -- enough to store nearly 3 times all the mobile data generated in the U.S. in 2010.



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    IBM TS1140

    Date added: 2011-05-10

    The world's first commercial tape drive, the IBM 726 Magnetic Tape Recorder -- one of the 100 top milestone's in IBM’s century-long history -- could store two megabytes of data in 1952. IBM's newest tape drive announced today, the IBM TS1140 (top photo), can hold two million times more data than the 726. Tape storage is gaining new opportunities as a low cost, energy efficient way for companies in industries like media and entertainment and healthcare to create huge archives of digital assets and information being driven by social-networking sites, mobile devices, cloud computing and more.



  • IBM TS1130 Tape Storage

    IBM TS1130 Storage Tape Drive

    Date added: 2008-09-08

    IBM is offering clients the world’s fastest one terabyte storage tape drive,the IBM System Storage TS1130, to help them protect and archive more information with less cost and less energy usage.




  • IBM TS3500 Tape Storage

    IBM TS3500 High Density Tape Storage

    Date added: 2008-09-08

    Physical space is a huge problem for data centers today as they look to consolidate, so the IBM System Storage TS3500 high density tape storage library frame is being introduced that can hold up to three-times more cartridges in the same footprint in just 10 square feet of floor space.




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