Positioned as the highest capacity drive in the StorageWorks family, the Ultrium 960 features an 800 GB compressed (2:1) storage capacity using new LTO 3 media. By doubling the capacity of current Ultrium drives, HP customers now require fewer data cartridges to meet their storage needs, significantly reducing their IT costs and increasing their ROI.Continue reading
The Ultrium 920 delivers a compressed storage capacity of 800 GB per data cartridge and a compressed data transfer rate of 432 GB per hour, two and a half times faster than the previous generation Ultrium 448 tape drive.
Available in both SCSI and SAS models, the Ultrium 920 is ideal for midrange and departmental servers.Continue reading
Reinforcing HP’s leadership position in tape, it builds on the success of the HP StorageWorks Ultrium 230 and HP StorageWorks Ultrium 215 drives, offering the same broad compatibility, support for One-Button Disaster Recovery, HP StorageWorks Library and Tape Tools utilities for manageability, and legendary HP support.Continue reading
The Ultrium 448 (HP Part No DW016A) was, when new, positioned as the highest capacity half-height tape drive in the HP StorageWorks family, the Ultrium 448 Tape Drive delivers a compressed storage capacity of 400GB per data cartridge using LTO 2 media. By doubling the capacity of the current half-height HP Ultrium 215 Tape Drive, HP customers now require fewer data cartridges to meet their storage needs, significantly reducing their IT costs and increasing their return on investment.Continue reading
The HP StorageWorks Ultrium 230 Tape Drive is the high-performance, first-generation superdrive in the HP Ultrium Family.
As the entry point for HP’s Ultrium tape drive family, the HP StorageWorks Ultrium 215 tape drive offers superdrive capacity in a compact half-height form factor that makes it easy to integrate into desktop workstations and servers.
An ideal solution for network backup where capacity and low cost of ownership are critical, the Ultrium 215 stores 200 GB of compressed data on a single tape at up to 54 GB per hour.Continue reading