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November 29, 2010

Tandberg Data supplies 1TB RDX cartridge to Fujitsu for PRIMERGY Server Platform

Safe, secure and offsite disk-based backup and archiving for SMBs

By CBR Staff Writer

Tandberg Data, a supplier of data protection offerings, has said that Fujitsu will add 1TB RDX removable disk cartridge to its portfolio of RDX cartridge offerings to be used with the Fujitsu PRIMERGY server platform.

The company said that the RDX technology, a backup system that offers safe, secure and offsite disk-based backup and archiving for small and medium sized businesses (SMBs).

The RDX technology is designed to back up and archive data from servers and workstations, and its fast transfer rate of up to 45MB/second allows users to back up 100GB of data in less than an hour, streamlining the backup process.

The company said that the new RDX media is available in capacities ranging from 160GB to 1TB, with an ever-increasing capacity roadmap that tracks with the 2.5inch mobile hard disk drive industry.

Tandberg Data said that Fujitsu will also supply its customers with RDX cartridges ranging in capacity from 160GB to 1TB.

Fujitsu product management senior director Uwe Romppel said their PRIMERGY Server platform combined with RDX removable disk technology provides customers with the ability to centralise and protect their IT infrastructures easily and economically.

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"The new high capacity 1TB RDX cartridge allows customers to pack even more data on a single piece of media that can be used for daily backup or for offsite disaster recovery," Romppel said.

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