Pertho Engineers Provide you LTO Tape Drive Services in India. Pertho Engineers Provide you LTO Tape Drive backup, repair, rent Services in India. you will get all type of LTO Tape Drive ( LTO 3, LTO 4, LTO 5, LTO 6 or LTO 7) services, backup, repair, rent, server, storage at best price. So, If you are looking for LTO Tape Drive ( LTO 3, LTO 4, LTO 5, LTO 6 or LTO 7) services, backup, repair, rent, server, storage contact Pertho Engineers. Pertho Engineers Provides all companies LTO Tape Drive backup, repair, rent Services. The top LTO Tape Drive backup, repair, rent Services providers are HP, IBM, Certance LTO, Quantum LTO, Tandberg LTO, Quantum DLT, Quantum VS80 VS160, Quantum SDLT, HP DAT DDS, Sony DAT DDS.
LTO Tape Drive
Linear Tape Open (LTO) Ultrium is a high-capacity, single-reel tape storage solution developed and continually enhanced by Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM and Quantum and promoted by the LTO Program. It’s a powerful, scalable and adaptable tape format that helps address the growing demands of data protection. It’s also an open format, licensed by some of the most prominent names in the storage industry to ensure a broad range of compatible tape drives and cartridges.
LTO (Ultrium ™), the most popular tape technology, is a high-performance tape technology offering versatility, reliability and performance.
Tandberg Data LTO tape drives, featuring LTO 3, LTO 4, LTO 5, LTO 6 or LTO 7 tape drive technology, offer a break-through in reliability, capacity and performance to meet the backup and archival needs for small to midrange environments. With its higher performance and capacity, the Tandberg Data LTO tape drive is an ideal complement to small rack-mounted servers and automation by providing compatible desktop backup for smaller workstations.
Lower TCO is achieved by exploiting the performance and capacity of the LTO 3, LTO 4, LTO 5, LTO 6 or LTO 7 tape drive to reduce the number of tape cartridges, tape drives, and tape libraries required in a storage environment. This allows existing customers to expand their current installation and new customers to install a more cost-effective solution.
LTO Tape Drive Products
LTO 7, LTO 6 and LTO 5 lead the industry in capacity, performance, energy efficiency and security. The new LTFS feature enables drag-and-drop file management as well.
LTO-4 offers high performance and energy efficiency in a half-height drive, available in SCSI and SAS, along with AES 256-bit data encryption.
About LTO Technology
As your long-term data storage grows, so does your need for a dependable and efficient way to keep it protected. Based on the world’s leading tape technology, Quantum’s LTO tape drives work seamlessly with Scalar ® tape libraries and automatically match the tape drive speed to that of the host, optimizing performance and increasing reliability. Plus, Quantum’s LTO Tape Drives are easy to deploy and upgrade – perfect for small, midsized, and corporate storage environments.
Assumes 2.5:1 compression for LTO-7 and LTO 6, 2:1 for other LTO. Most present tape drives include a function called hardware compression. This makes available data compression to the magnetic tape by a drive. In many cases this feature may prove very useful. The hardware compression is much faster than a software compression because as opposed to the software compression it does not use a computer processor which draws from resources. Also it is transparent to the operating system and data is compressed “on the fly”.
Usually compression ratio for magnetic tape drives is 2:1. This means that if we would write 2MB data to a tape then the drive will compress the data and you will have saved only 1MB compressed data on the tape Sounds good, yes? But not really!
In fact compression ratio of 2:1 really may be equal of 1.2:1 or 1.6:1 or another ratio. That depends the type of data which you are writing onto tape. For uncompressed data types (such as txt, bmp, etc.) real ratio may be near 2:1 but if you are going to write pre-compressed data. ( for example multimedia data type such as mpg, jpg, mp3, etc.) this ratio will be very poor and in some compression algorithms may cause the written data to tape to be larger than the original data. Magnetic tapes manufacturers provide two tape capacities. First—written a large font– a compressed capacity and second– usually written smaller font– a native data capacity. For example a tape that is LTO 4 (Linear Tape-Open 4 generation) has native capacity of 800GB. If the compression ratio is 2:1 then the compressed capacity is 1600GB (in theory). If you do not use hardware compression then with LTO 4 tape you can write 800GB maximum. When you use hardware compression you can write more than 800GB. How much? It depends on your data. The compression ratio is also related to the speed obtained during operations on magnetic tape. This speed is greater when the compression ratio is better. For example, the tape drive has a native speed of 120MB/s. With 2:1 compression ratio of this speed is doubled. Also in this case, the real speed is dependent on the extent to which data will be compressed.
Typically default hardware compression is turned on but this is not a set rule, If a compression functionality for your drive is not enable as default, you may turn on it in a few ways depending on the drive. Sometimes you can switch it on by an extra jumper on corpus or through a program via the operating system.
Tape Drives Repair & Rental
We repair and rent these tape drives:
• HP LTO
• Certance LTO
• Quantum LTO
• Tandberg LTO
• Quantum DLT
• Quantum VS80 VS160
• Quantum SDLT
• HP DAT DDS
• Sony DAT DDS
• Sony AIT
• Tandberg SLR
• Exabyte VXA
Library Repair & Rental
We repair and rent these libraries:
• ADIC Library
• HP Library
• IBM Library
• Quantum Library
• Overland Library
• Spectralogic Library
• StorageTek Library
• Sony Library
• Optical Jukebox Library
• Plasmon Library
• Sony Library