advanced intelligent tape

Advanced intelligent tape 8 is a  discontinued high-speed high-capacity  magnetic tape data storage format  developed and controlled by Sony it  competed mainly against the DLT LTO  data DDS and vat formats 8 uses a  cassette similar to video 8 Super eight  sate is a higher capacity variant using  wider tape in a larger single spool  cartridge both 8 and sate use the  helical scan method of reading and  writing the tape  topic form factors  eight technology was available in two  form factors  eight millimetres  dual real cartridge similar to Sony’s  eight millimetres video tape products  and Exabyte’s eight millimetres data tape  products  seat one half single real cartridge  similar to DLT and LTO in march 2010.

advanced intelligent tape

Sony announced the discontinuation of  the eight product line and renewed  collaboration with Hewlett-Packard on  further development of the DDS tape  format  topic compatibility  one of the most compelling features of  the eighth format is that many  generations are both backwards and  forwards compatible this allows multiple generations of tape drives to both read  and write to multiple generations of  tape media topic eight generations  server rentals bangalore you  topic 8:1 original specifications data capacity as  25 gigabytes with a data transfer speed of 3  megabytes per second extended length  tape introduced in 1999 gave additional  capacity 35 gigabytes speed increased to  4 megabytes per second in 2001 turbo  variant introduced in 2004 is 50% faster  6 megabytes per second and holds 40  gigabytes  a budget version 80 turbo was also  introduced in 2004 to compete with DDS  SATA version of 8-1 turbo available in  topic 8 –  double capacity and transfer speed.

Worm  technology introduced turbo variant as  one hundred percent higher capacity 100  percent faster same speed as 8 3 turbo  variant introduced our mic technology  SATA version of 8 2 turbo available in  2006 higher capacity ta it2 Etienne  turbo 80 gigabits native  topic 8 3  doubled capacity and transfer speed  X variant as 50% higher capacity 50%  faster  topic 8 for  double capacity and transfer speed new  tape formulation aim to  compatible with previous generations  topic eight five  available September 27th 2006  announced July 2006 hardware and media  expected in the fall doubled capacity  via halved tracked pitch to two point  two micrometres maintained transfer  speed backwards compatible with eight  three eight three x8 four new tape  formulation aim three which uses finer  cobalt particles resulting in snr gain  of one decibel compared with eight four  aim to a switch to GMR head technology  flux guide.

GMR  topic say generations  you  topic save one  highest capacity tape cartridge from  2003 to 2006 discoed by DLTS for 800  gigabytes, the eighth format was  developed and as controlled by Sony  topic sate 2 released in 2006 by Sony  available only in libraries eight  hundred gigabytes native and forty five  megabytes per second sustained transfer  rate  topic notes  data capacity and speed figures above  are for uncompressed data Sony assumes a  2x or 2.6 X compression factor in their  marketing material according to Sony all  future products are based on technology  projections  topic technical features  you  topic aim  advanced metal evaporated as a different  formulation of tape media  topic Mike  memory in cassette  memory chip in the cartridge that keeps  relevant information about the tape  topic our mic  remote memory in cassette like mike  except it does not require physical  contact  topic Worm right once read many functionality useful for archive keeping. 

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Anurag Rathod, as a blogger he used to spread all about app-based business, startup solution, on-demand business tips and ideas and so on.

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