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a digital tape recording of sound

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Tecmar is offering the WangDAT 9400 DDS-4 drives (as well as the DDS-2 and DDS-3) as internal units or external subsystems.
25-inch bezel -- and external DDS-2 and DDS-3 drives, the necessary accessories, and a selection of backup and archival software from Computer Associates, including ARCsolo(R), ARCserve(R) 6.
Buying and using DDS, followed by DDS-2 and DDS-3 drives, was a sound decision.
Based upon the DDS Manufacturers Group technical specifications that were announced on April 30, the new Sony DDS-4 tape drive will provide full read- and write-backward compatibility to all previous DDS generations, including the DDS-1, DDS-2 and DDS-3 tape formats.
The drive will be designed to be backward-compatible, read-compatible with DDS-DC and read- and write-backward-compatible with DDS-2 and DDS-3 format tapes.
Reflecting the successful launch of DDS-3 technology in the latter half of 1996, the increase also is attributed to the continued strong demand for DDS-2.
With this new audio firmware enhancement, the Sony SDT-9000 drive is the only DDS-3 drive currently available that can read and write to Digital Audio Mode, as well as to DDS-3, DDS-2 and DDS media.
Customers using HP's current DDS-3 and DDS-2 solutions will be entitled to a retroactive warranty agreement.
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.
5 percent on its recently launched SureStore DAT8 device and second-generation DDS-2 trade mechanism.
The SuperFlex DDS-3 TapeArray drives provide twice the speed and three times the capacity of previous generation DDS-2 DAT drives at one half the cost per GB.