Tape Autoloaders

Tributary’s tape autoloaders provide cost-effective, easy-to-install, unattended backups that are ideal for an entry-level or a remote automated backup solution. They provide reliability, simplicity, and value of high-capacity automated backup and recovery in an easy-to-use space-efficient form factor.

HP M8801A/M8802A LTO 6 FC ACL

The M8801A ACL and M8802A ACL are fully read and write compatible with fifth-generation (LTO-5) Ultrium data cartridges, and offer a further degree of investment protection through its backward-read compatibility with fourth-generation (LTO-4) Ultrium media. 

HP M8701A/M8702A LTO 5 FC ACL

The M8701A ACL and M8702A ACL are fully read and write compatible with fourth-generation (LTO-4) Ultrium data cartridges, and offer a further degree of investment protection through its backward-read compatibility with third-generation (LTO-3) Ultrium media. The M8701A and M8702A can be configured as a tape library when using ELMM (HSF03) on HP NonStop systems.  

HP M8605A/M8606A LTO 4 FC ACL

The HP M8605A and M8606A ACL LTO generation 4 tape drives represents the fourth generation of the Ultrium tape drive family and delivers a capacity of up to 1.6 terabytes (assuming two-to-one data compression) on a single cartridge. The M8605A and M8606A ACL are fully read and write compatible with third-generation Ultrium data cartridges, and offers a further degree of investment protection through its backward-read compatibility with second-generation Ultrium media.

HP M8501/M8502 LTO 3 FC ACL

The M8501/ M8502 15-cartridge ACL, available on HP NonStop™ servers, is designed to address today's midrange data storage challenges: short backup windows, tight budgets, expanding data, limited IT resources, costly downtime, the need to consolidate storage and potentially complex networking environments.

HP N1528A/N1529A LTO 3 SCSI ACL

The RoHS compliant N1528A / N1529A 15-cartridge ACL, available for HP NonStop™ S-series and Integrity NS-series servers, is designed to address today's midrange data storage challenges: short backup windows, tight budgets, expanding data, limited IT resources, costly downtime, the need to consolidate storage and potentially complex networking environments.