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Lights, camera, action! LTO-6 tape with LTFS set to take starring role at NAB 2015

By Simon Watkins, WW Product Marketing Manager, Backup, Recovery & Archive (BURA), HP Storage

 

NABJ.jpgNAB 2015, the world’s largest digital media and entertainment (M&E) show, kicks off in Las Vegas this weekend—where video workflow and video asset archive solutions featuring LTO-6 tape and LTFS will be widely showcased. Let’s shine a spotlight on how and why the need to store an ever increasing amount of content—not only for long-term preservation but also for incremental monetization—is driving the requirement for cost effective archival storage solutions in the media and entertainment industry.

 

Join us at NAB 2015 in the Las Vegas Convention Center for more on HP StoreEver Tape Solutions:

  • HP StoreEver MSL6480 Tape as NAS and StoreOpen Automation at South Hall Upper SU621
  • HP StoreEver LTO-6 with StoreOpen Standalone at South Hall Lower SL13010
  • HP StoreEver MSL6480 with Storage DNA LTFS nearline and archive workflow software at South Hall Lower SL10621
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The opportunities for LTO tape in the era of Cloud and Big Data

By Simon Watkins, WW Product Marketing Manager, Backup, Recovery & Archive (BURA), HP Storage

 

The LTO tape market reached two significant milestones this month. LTO-6 tape media pricing fell below one cent per gigabyte and total worldwide tape storage media capacity shipped reached record levels. Let’s take a closer look at the key business drivers, use cases and technology innovations that are driving the $2 billion LTO tape market—and learn more about the collaborative steps the industry continues to take to ensure LTO’s on-going market success.

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2014 Tape Market State of the Union

By Simon Watkins, WW Product Marketing Manager, Backup, Recovery & Archive (BURA), HP Storage

 

Tape3J.jpgIt’s that time of year – to review technology achievements and reflect on future trends. The Tape Storage Council – a collaborative industry group of which HP is a founding member – today issued its annual “State of the Union” 2014 tape industry memo to storage industry analysts and press.

 

Entitled Data Growth and Technology Innovations Fuel Tape’s Future, the memo highlights the current trends, usages and technology innovations occurring within the tape storage industry. Let’s take a look at the key points in the memo

Spotlight on tape storage: LTO with LTFS takes centre stage at IBC2014

By Simon Watkins, WW StoreEver Tape Product Marketing Manager, HP Storage

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The International Broadcasting Convention (IBC) – one of the world’s premier tradeshows for over 50,000 electronic media and entertainment (M&E) professionals – took place in Amsterdam over the last few days. I attended the show and more than ever much of the buzz was about how best to protect and archive digital content, the lifeblood of the media and entertainment industry. Here are some more insights on the opportunity for tape.

 

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The future of tape looks bright with the promise of 120TB of storage on a single LTO tape

By Laura Loredo, HP StoreEver Product Manager

 

Why is today a great day for tape users in general and LTO technology in particular? Because the LTO Program announced the extension of the technology roadmap to 10 generations. This increases capacity expectations to 120 TB per cartridge. Let’s talk about what makes this good news and where HP StoreEver LTO fits in the discussion.

 

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