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a digital tape recording of sound

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5 MB/s (compressed: 2:1) data transfer rate - the Certance DAT 72 tape drives will also enable backward read-and-write compatibility to DDS-3 and DDS-4 formats.
DDS-2, DDS-3 and DDS-4 are very much alive and kicking in the marketplace, and DDS remains the tape drive of choice with OEMs serving its market space.
This family of products offers DDS-3 and DDS-4 users an unmatched opportunity to migrate to the new standard in data protection at a very attractive cost.
Seagate and other vendors offering DDS-3 drives have been unclear about plans for DDS-4.
Sony is committed to delivering world-class solutions with its DDS-2, DDS-3 and DDS-4-based products.
Buying and using DDS, followed by DDS-2 and DDS-3 drives, was a sound decision.
Combining fast, reliable backup and recovery with the newest version of the proven Digital Data Storage (DDS) format, LaCie announced today the industry's first FireWire(R) DDS-3 tape solution for the Macintosh arena.
At its current pricing, the Mammoth-LT is clearly positioned to compete with such lower-end devices as DDS-3 and 20GB Travan drives.
an Overland Data company (Nasdaq:OVRL), today enhanced its WangDAT(R) line of 4mm DAT drives with the introduction of its first DDS-4 product, providing 67% higher capacity and double the data rate performance of DDS-3 products.
0 and I have three DDS-3 DAT drives to back them up.
In recognition of the success of DDS tape drives and the ramp of recent product generations, HP's one millionth DDS-3 drive was presented to Sun Microsystems.
The LANBacker solutions also include AIT and DDS-3 autoloaders to boost potential storage capacity to 200GB (AIT autoloader) and 192GB (DDS-3 autoloader) compressed, respectively.
Hewlett Packard's SureStore DDS-3 drive is posted on Tecmar's web site at www.
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.
This new drive offers a significant shift in backup performance, allowing one to archive up to 40GB of compressed data in a six-hour shift, twice that of the DDS-3 format.