Fujifilm LTO Ultrium 7 6TB Data Cartridge Tape with Barium Ferrite Technology

Fujifilm LTO Ultrium 7 6TB Data Cartridge Tape with Barium Ferrite Technology

Fujifilm LTO Ultrium 7 6TB Data Cartridge Tape with Barium Ferrite Technology

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Fujifilm LTO Ultrium 7 6TB Data Cartridge Tape with Barium Ferrite Technology

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Product Highlights

  • Compressed Capacity: 15.0TB
  • Native Capacity: 6.0TB
  • Compressed Transfer Rate: 750MB/s
  • Native Transfer Rate: 300MB/s
  • 0.5" / 12.65mm Tape Width
  • 5.6µm Tape Thickness
  • 3,149' / 960m Tape Length
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Composed of Barium Ferrite, the LTO Ultrium 7 6TB Data Cartridge Tape from Fujifilm supports native transfer rates of up to 300 MB/s and compressed transfer rates of up to 700 MB/s for fast efficient data transmission. In addition to enhanced data rates, this LTO Ultrium 7 drive supports a native capacity of 6.0TB and compressed capacity of 15.0TB allowing users to store a large amount of data.

Barium Ferrite Technology
Barium Ferrite is a type of magnetic particle which can be greatly reduced in size to improve recording density without magnetic signal loss. Barium Ferrite can maintain critical magnetic properties such as coercivity, frequency characteristics and lower noise even with a smaller particle size, resulting in the LTO Ultrium 7 cartridge having dramatically higher capacity compared to past generations of LTO cartridges.

Barium Ferrite is chemically stable (already oxidized) and does not get easily demagnetized by outside energy interference. Therefore, magnetic tape using Barium Ferrite can achieve a long archival life of more than 30 years based upon Fujifilm's accelerated life tests. With better frequency characteristics than metal particles, Barium Ferrite has a significantly increased margin of recording capability even when the ability of the drive head has diminished after repeated use.
Nanocubic Technology
For LTO Ultrium 7 development, Fujifilm has further advanced the NANOCUBIC technology with the following key technologies and has successfully achieved a higher recording density:
1.) Development of finer magnetic particles
2.) Developed uniform particle dispersion technology by applying high-dispersed binder technology
3.) Advanced nano-coating technology was improved to achieve a smoother and even thinner magnetic layer resulting in a significant decrease in tape surface defects
Reel Design
As the tape length increases, there is a tendency of increased pressure on the hub with the potential risk of causing hub deformation. This may lead to potential problems, such as tape edge damage or other physical anomalies. In order to avoid such hub deformation, Fujifilm has strengthened the hub structure by applying a new design with new materials. As a result, Fujifilm has successfully achieved both running stability in the drive and a highly reliable archival life expectancy.
UPC: 074101027808
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Fujifilm LTO Ultrium 7 6TB Data Cartridge Tape with Barium Ferrite Technology
  • Limited Lifetime Manufacturer Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Capacity Native: 6.0 TB
    Compressed: 15.0 TB
    Transfer Rate Native: Up to 300 MB/s
    Compressed: Up to 750 MB/s
    Number of Tracks 3,584
    Tape Width 0.5" / 12.65 mm
    Tape Thickness 5.6 µm
    Tape Length 3,149.6' / 960 m
    Temperature & Humidity Operating Temperature: 50 to 113°F / 10 to 45°C
    Storage Temperature: 61 to 95°F / 16 to 35°C
    Operating Humidity: 10 to 80% RH
    Storage Humidity: 20 to 80% RH
    Wet Bulb Temperature (max) Operating: 79°F / 26°C
    Storage: 79°F / 26°C
    Dimensions 0.85 x 4.15 x 4.02" / 21.5 x 105.4 x 102.0 mm
    Weight Not specified by manufacturer
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 0.6 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 4.5 x 4.2 x 1.1"

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