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Demystifying the Linear Tape File System (LTFS)

By Mark Fleischhauer, Tape Storage Solutions Engineering Manager

 

Since the introduction of the Linear Tape File System (LTFS), a number of articles, white paper and tech briefs have been written about it and its impact on tape. In this blog, I’m going to offer some context around what the excitement is all about and discuss how LTFS is being used and deployed. 

 

HP StoreOpen with LTFS for Windows: Making tape as easy to access and share as disk

Just launched, HP StoreOpen with Linear Tape File System (LTFS) for Windows is a new tape-based file system for HP LTO-5 tape that is a true game changer when it comes to the usability and portability of tape in standalone Microsoft Windows environments. Find out more about the benefits and value of LTFS for Windows, plus use studies from the media and entertainment industry and links to more information. It's all here in this guest blog post by Simon Watkins, Worldwide Tape Product Marketing Manager, HP Storage.

 


More good news for tape storage with LTFS: HP StoreOpen for automation environments

Maybe you’ve heard some of the industry buzz around our LTO-5 Ultrium Tape Drive and its Linear Tape File System (LTFS) feature? Now it’s time to get automated—with HP StoreOpen.

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