Maximum Versatility, Scalability and Efficiency
With the exceptionally versatile Spectra® T200 Tape Library, you will meet your backup, archive, and deep storage requirements. Designed to be easy to use and manage, it won’t let you down in the most demanding environments. Scalable from 50 to 200 slots, you can store over 2.4PB (6PB compressed*) of data in this library. Equipped with the ability to use up to 8 LTO drives, you can transfer data up to 10.36 TB/hr. (21.6 TB/hr. compressed*) in a 20U form factor. Affordable storage without compromise.
The Right Way to Scale
Easily expand your Spectra T200 by adding slots and drives. When you need more storage, Spectra transfers the components in your existing library and puts them into a larger chassis. Upgrading is EASY and FAST — you can switch between models in less than half a day.
“Over time, we needed a reliable archiving system to preserve our growing instructional video repository. FedEx chose Spectra Logic due to the product’s low cost and the company’s outstanding customer references, which speak to its expertise in the media and entertainment field.”
Joe Hopkins, Broadcast Group IT Manager, FedEx, Spectra T200 customer
Broad Application Support
Compatibility is essential when deploying new tape technology. The Spectra T200 supports all industry-standard operating systems and major backup applications. You can even run many applications at the same time with partitioning. Easy integration so you don’t have to worry if your library will play nice.
Your data is critical to your business. We built the Spectra tape library to ensure the integrity of your data all the time. Check out all of our extra data verification features designed to keep your data forever.
“Spectra offers the only truly integrated encryption key management option for data on tape: BlueScale Encryption. Encryption is often complex, processor-intensive and expensive. With secure BlueScale Encryption Key Management built into Spectra libraries, encrypting data on tape is easy to manage, efficient, and free.”
US Federal Bureau of Prisons