Fujifilm LTO 5 Tapes / LTO Ultrium 5 Tape Data Cartridge
Capacity: 1.5TB (3.0TB Compressed)
FUJIFILM's NANOCUBIC technology has achieved LTO G5 data cartridge to have the capacity of 3.0TB (at 2:1 compression; 1.5TB native) by recording 1,280 data tracks within 12.65mm tape width. Also with the utilization of multi-channel recording technology, LTO G5 data cartridge featured transfer rates of up to 280MB/sec. (at 2:1 compression; 140MB/sec. native).
Features and Benefits
- Capacity 1.5TB - up to 3.0TB assuming 2:1 compression
- Compatible with Linear Tape File System (LTFS)
- Development of finer metal particles (78% of the size of LTO G4)
- Nano-dispersion technology with a new binder system
- Advanced nano-coating technology to achieve a much smoother and more uniform magnetic layer resulting in significant decrease in the tape surface defects.
For LTO G5 development, FUJIFILM has further advanced the NANOCUBIC technology with the following key technologies and has successfully achieved higher recording density:
|Format||LTO-5 Ultrium Data Cartridge|
|Capacity||1.5 TB - up to 3.0TB Compressed assuming 2:1Compresson|
|Read Speed||280 MB/sec|
|Tape Length||846 m|
|Tape Width (Metric)||12.65 mm|
|Tape Thickness||6.4 um|
|Base Film Type||Metal Particle|
|Bit Density||343 kbits/inch|
|Number of Data Tracks||1280|
|Magnetic Layer Coercivity||2500 to 2700 Oe|
|Archival Storage Life||30 years|
|Media Durability||1,000,000 passes on any area of tape, equates to over 20,000 end to end passes/260 full tape backups|
Good as usual.
Great for consistent LTO Backups for our production facility.
Works great with my IBM LTO5 Drives in my Powervault TL4000!
Fujifilm is on the HCL for IBM LTO5 drives and they work just as well as OEM IBM branded tapes. Big shout-out to Tape & Media for getting them to me the NEXT DAY when I miscounted and ran myself out of tapes!! Excellent company to deal with.