LTFS Takes Tape to the Next Level
sponsored by Horison Information Strategies

Since its inception, tape has been a sequential access storage device. Though this proved beneficial for “data streaming applications”, the ability to randomly navigate a tape cartridge to locate a specific file or object was physically impossible. With the announcement of LTFS (Linear Tape File System), the long standing rules of tape access have changed.

This white paper provides an introduction to LTFS - you'll learn exactly how it works, and what unique advantages it has over traditional tape systems. You'll also receive key tips on how to maximize the benefits of LTFS, and learn what factors today are defining the future of tape. Read this white paper to learn more.

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