MaxOptix Debuts Multi-Terabyte DVD-RAM Library

Tuesday May 22nd 2001 by Enterprise Storage Staff

Aim is for capacity, cost, and performance to challenge midrange tape applications

Secondary storage vendor MaxOptix Corp. today unveiled its latest DVD-RAM library, a scalable multi-terabyte library that delivers the random accessibility, high reliability and durability of optical disk technology at a price per megabyte that is comparable with tape libraries.

The new MaxOptix MXDVD-Enterprise Library, according to the company, provides a scalable design that allows customers to keep pace with their expanding storage needs. The base model, which features 436 media slots and a minimum of two 9.4 gigabyte DVD-RAM drives, can be scaled up to a maximum of 1,840 media slots and up to 64 DVD-RAM drives, for a total capacity of more than 17 terabytes.

The new MaxOptix MXDVD-Enterprise Library is supported on Windows NT/2000, Solaris and other major UNIX platforms. The library is available now, with prices starting at $38,100.

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