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For years, tape has played by its own rules. Traditional tape storage integrations meant having dedicated resources solely for the purpose of managing and migrating data. Tape spoke its own language, and required a translator for most business applications.

That was then. With the creation of open LTFS standards, tape has once again claimed its rightful place in the storage hierarchy. LTFS enables organizations to store files within a directory structure, making files stored on tape as accessible as files on traditional disk or flash drives. Additionally, LTFS technology communicates with other storage mediums and tiers, creating an environment for tape to truly be utilized in an efficient manner.

Open LTFS Standards




Open LTFS also means that there is no proprietary software required to store or access your data. Archiving your data on tape is now as simple as dragging and dropping the file onto the drive. Utilizing a file-based storage system also ensures that your data will no longer require conversion to obscure formats, and that your files remain untouched, non-manipulated, and at the ready.

By adopting LTFS standards, Dternity simplifies the archiving experience while providing a future for your data.