Barium Ferrite: The storage media of the future is here today

Barium Ferrite: The storage media of the future is here today


Magnetic tape has had a good run, but the demand for huge capacity that resists degradation is beginning to exceed its capabilities. A new storage media is needed to keep up with the rapid growth of Big Data, regulatory requirements for archiving, and the extended periods of time that organizations now preserve data.

Now, a new advancement in tape technology is providing a range of powerful advantages thanks to its use of Barium Ferrite (BaFe) magnetic particles. BaFe tapes are more stable in the long term, meaning that the user can have more confidence in the archive.

Check out this brief rundown of the benefits of BaFe tapes and learn how you can leverage the next generation in tape storage.

Barium Ferrite
17 Mar 2014
31 Dec 2013
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