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05 Dec 2015 Sony and Fujifilm First Media Makers of LTO-7 [47879]
Storage Newsletter, November 25th, 2015

"The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corporation and Quantum Corporation, announced that Fujifilm Corporation and Sony Corporation have completed interchange testing for LTO Ultrium generation 7 format.

The completion of this testing permits these companies to use the LTO-7 Ultrium format trademarks on LTO technology products..."
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25 Nov 2015 Sony and Fujifilm First Media Makers of LTO-7 [47822]
Storage Newsletter, November 25th, 2015

"The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corporation and Quantum Corporation, announced that Fujifilm Corporation and Sony Corporation have completed interchange testing for LTO Ultrium generation 7 format.

The completion of this testing permits these companies to use the LTO-7 Ultrium format trademarks on LTO technology products..."
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25 Nov 2015 Sony and Fujifilm First Media Makers of LTO-7 [47856]
Storage Newsletter, November 25th, 2015

"The LTO Program Technology Provider Companies (TPCs), Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM Corporation and Quantum Corporation, announced that Fujifilm Corporation and Sony Corporation have completed interchange testing for LTO Ultrium generation 7 format.

The completion of this testing permits these companies to use the LTO-7 Ultrium format trademarks on LTO technology products..."
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26 Oct 2015 Tales of the Tape: 6 LTO-7 Technology Strategies (slideshow) [47021]
CRN, October 23th, 2015

"The imminent arrival of the new LTO-7 tape format, details of which were released in September, is proof that tape has yet to breathe its last, despite multiple reports to the contrary.

The LTO-7 format offers a raw capacity of 6 TB per cartridge, which is about 2.4 times the capacity of LTO-6 cartridges. With compression, maximum capacity rises to up to 15 TB per cartridge, or double that of LTO-6. LTO-7 tape drives feature data-transfer rates of up to 750 MBps compressed, or more than 2.7 TBs per hour, per drive.

There's more. The LTO Consortium, which includes Hewlett-Packard, IBM and Quantum, previously released road maps calling for compressed capacities of 62.5 TB for LTO-9 and 120 TB for LTO-10, with transfer rates expected to reach up to 1,770 MBps for LTO-9 and 2,750 MBps for LTO-10..."
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07 Oct 2015 IBM First to Reveal LTO-7 Product [46468]
Storage Newsletter, October 7th, 2015

"IBM was the first company to launch an LTO-6 drive available November 9, 2012.

Three years later, it's also the first one to reveal an LTO-7 device supposed to reach the market on November 20, 2015, as Big Blue continues one of the strongest promoter of tape technology in the industry since decades.

The specs comply with the announcement of the LTO Program last September..."
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