Fujifilm's Linear Tape-Open Ultrium 6 is the first in the world produced with Barium Ferrite magnetic particles using Fujifilm's core NANOCUBIC technology. The Fujifilm LTO Uttrium 6 data cartridge offers a super high native/compressed storage capacity and transfer rates up to 160/400 MB per second, WORM capability and LTFS dual partitioning functionality to facilitate file management Fujifilm's Barium Ferrite magnetic particles are chemically stable leading to enhanced performance and longer archival him Fujifilm's LTO Ultrium 6 will use Barium Ferrite particles with NANOCUBIC technology for a thin and uniformly coated magnetic layer Barium Ferrite is Fujifilm's patented technology.
High capacity and transfer rates
Fujifilm NANOCUBIC technology has enabled LTO Ultrium 6 to achieve a native/compressed capacity by recording 2176 data hacks within 12.65 mm tape wider. With the utilization of multi-channel recording technology, ITO6 features native/compressed transfer rates d up to 160/400 MB per second.
Improvement in NANOCUBIC technology
For LTO Ultrium 6 development, Fujifilm has further advanced the NANOCUBIC technology with the excellent key technologies and has successfully achieved a higher recording density.
Excellent reel design
As the tape length increases, there is a tendency of increased pressure on the hub with the potential risk of causing hub deformation. This may lead to potential problems, such as tape edge damage or other physical anomalies. In order to avoid such hub deformation, Fujifilm has strengthened the hub structure by applying an excellent design with materials. As a result, Fujifilm has successfully achieved both running stability in the drive and a highly reliable archival life expectancy.
BDR have been eliminated for all TLO 6 mechanical parts in order to become more environmentally friendly.