FUJIFILM Will Produce LTO Ultrium6 Data Cartridge, First LTO in the world produced with Barium Ferrite Magnetic Particles

FUJIFILM Will Produce LTO Ultrium6 Data Cartridge, First LTO in the world produced with Barium Ferrite Magnetic Particles. High capacity of maximum 6.25TB (Terabytes)

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FUJIFILM Corporation announces the introduction of the “LTO Ultrium 6 Data Cartridge”, a magnetic tape media certified by the Linear Tape Open (LTO) Technology Provider Companies (TPC). Fujifilm achieved the super high compressed capacity of 6.25TB with a transfer rate up to 400MB/second by applying Fujifilm’s original Barium Ferrite magnetic particles to the advanced NANOCUBIC technology.

The biggest difference of “LTO Ultrium 6 Data Cartridge” (LTO6) from the past generations is that this time Fujifilm selects to use Barium Ferrite magnetic particles instead of using the current metal particles. Barium Ferrite can maintain its magnetic characteristic even when particle size is small.

Since Fujifilm introduced LTO 1 in 2000, we have been leading the industry by continuously working to achieve higher performance and higher quality tapes.

 Main Features:

– Recording capacity of 6.25TB with transfer rate of 400MB/sec

– High capacity recording achieved by advanced NANOCUBIC Technology

– Excellent read/write property: By adopting Barium Ferrite, Fujifilm LTO6 tapes have higher coercvity, lower noise compared to older generations.

– Long Archival Life

– Eco-friendly design

– Encrypting technology

– 16kilobyte Cartridge Memory (IC chip)

Specifications

Capacity (Compressed) 2.5TB (6.25TB)
Transfer Rate (Compressed) 160MB/s (400MB/s)
Number of Tracks 2,176
Cartridge Memory 130,816Bits (16,352bytes); Internal EEPROM
Tape Width 12.65mm
Tape Thickness 6.1μm
Tape Length 846m
Operating Environmental Conditions 10-45°C, 10-80%, 26°C (Max. Wet Bulb Temperature)
Short Term Storage Environmental Conditions 16-35°C, 20-80% (No Dew Condensation), 26°C (Max. Wet Bulb Temperature)
Archival Storage Environmental Conditions 16-25°C, 20-50% (No Dew Condensation), 26°C (Max. Wet Bulb Temperature)

 

 

Source : FUJIFILM

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