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November 11, 2010

Idealstor unveils Bantam with 1TB disk backup for SMBs

Disk backup up to 1TB, and disk cartridges with 320GB, 500GB, 750GB and 1TB

By CBR Staff Writer

Idealstor, a manufacturer of ejectable disk-to-disk backup offerings, has launched its Idealstor Bantam, a removable disk backup offering designed to replace tape based backup for small to mid-sized businesses (SMBs).

Idealstor Bantam offers up to 1TB of removable disk backup capacity and transfer rates of up to 480MB/second.

The Bantam is a direct attached backup system designed to backup any server or desktop that ships with Idealstor’s iBac Data Protection Software and management software to manage the removable disk media.

It also comes with additional disk cartridges and USB3 controllers, and shipped with Idealstor’s disk management software IDM, which enables users to format, label and eject the Bantam cartridges and ensures data integrity and that drive letters remain consistent as Bantam media is swapped out.

Idealstor will offer disk cartridges with capacities of 320GB, 500GB, 750GB and 1TB, which are made from aluminum design and come with shock proofing to protect the disk media when in transit or while being stored. The Batnam disk cartridges utilise 2.5" SATA disks.

iBac Lite, a version of Idealstor’s iBac Data Protection software, includes features such as data de-duplication, drag and drop restore and native format backup.

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iBac updates are for network based backups and for backing up live/active databases such as Microsoft SQL and Exchange.

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