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a digital tape recording of sound

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April 1, 1997 for HP trade-ready DDS-3 autoloader devices; and June 1, 1997 for HP trade-ready DDS-1 devices.
SuperFlex DDS-3 TapeArray reads data from previous generation DDS-1 and DDS-2 tapes, allowing access to older archived data without having to transfer the data to new media.
The drive conforms to the DDS-2 specification roadmap set by the 22-member DDS Manufacturers Group -- ensuring full backward compatibility with an installed base of 6 million DDS-2 and DDS-1 devices.
They read and write to DDS-1 or DDS-2 media at the new higher speed, and are compatible with DDS drivers already available in most existing software.
The WangDAT 3900 complies with the industry standard DDS-3 tape format and is fully backward read and write compatible to all industry standard DDS-1 and DDS-2 drives -- offering users a seamless migration path to this new generation of DAT technology.
The WangDAT 3900 is fully backward read and write compatible to all industry-standard DDS-1 and DDS-2 drives -- offering users a seamless migration path to this new generation of DAT technology.
The Model 3800 provides companies, such as NCR, with the fastest DAT drive available today while offering their customers the benefits of full compatibility for media, adapters and software that support DDS-1 and DDS-2 products, along with a painless plug-and-play upgrade to DDS-3.
HP, the world leader in DAT backup with its portfolio of DDS-1 and DDS-2 products, is broadening its extended-storage solutions to include all segments of the network-backup market with SureStore tape products based on DLT and Travan technologies.
The model 3800 is fully backwards compatible with adapters, media and software that supports DDS-1 and DDS-2 -- providing a painless plug-and-play upgrade to the next generation of DAT technology.