Provider of tape backup, restore, and archival systems Exabyte
Corporation (OTCBB:EXBT) announced on Wednesday (26 April) that IBM (NYSE:IBM), an information technology company, will use Exabyte
VXA-320 drives in IBM System p and System i servers.
The 221L Plus is designed to offer the lowest total cost of ownership in the category, particularly for the high-volume data environments of data centers and the intense multi-media data storage needs of Mac users," said Tom Ward, president and CEO of Exabyte
The reason why VXA-2 has such an enormous capacity, speed and reliability advantage over DDS is our Packet Technology, the most significant advancement in tape storage technology in the last 30 years," states Kieran Maloney, Director of Marketing at Exabyte
says the result of restructuring will be to simplify management structure, as several marketing and operational units are combined under common management.
has a long commitment to the Apple platform and the Magnum 1x7 is a significant new addition to our popular line of tape storage products for Apple users.
The upgraded Exabyte
110L Plus tape library and the Exabyte
221L Plus tape library now include enhanced connectivity and remote management features.
A spokesperson for Exabyte
said that the new deal means that the company's tape drives are now included in three different IBM product lines - the pSeries, xSeries and iSeries.
puts it, VXA-2 delivers four times more capacity and two times more speed than DDS-4, at a similar price.
Responding to the strong market demand for its family of tape automation products, Exabyte
Corporation (OTCBB:EXBT), an innovator in tape backup, restore and archival systems, recently announced a new Program to help VARs establish a Tape Automation Practice.
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Tape storage solutions provider Exabyte
Corp has announced the immediate availability of a VXA-2 tape drive for Mac users.
US backup storage manufacturer Exabyte
Corp, which lost the lead in its sector to rival Quantum Corp, is hoping to regain ground with its NetStorM product line, which represents its move into storage area networks (SANs).