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LTOLinear Tape-Open (tape storage technology)
LTOLift Truck Operator
LTOLight Tight Oil
LTOLand Transportation Office (Philippines)
LTOLab Tests Online (various locations)
LTOLong Term Outcome
LTOLong Term Operations
LTOLinear Tape Open
LTOLiteral Table Overflow
LTOLimited-Time Offer(ing)
LTOLicence to Occupy (contracts)
LTOLimited Time Only
LTOLong-Term Observers
LTOLong-Term Operation (environmental safety)
LTOLand Titles Office (NSW, Australia)
LTOLong-Term Orbit (GPS)
LTOLow Temperature Oxidation
LTOLoreto, Baja California Sur, Mexico (Airport Code)
LTOLong-Term Occasional (teaching vacancy)
LTOLanguage Teaching Organization
LTOLettuce, Tomato, and Onion
LTOLicence To Operate
LTOLanding-Takeoff Cycle
LTOLarge Taxpayers Office
LTOLithium Titanium Oxide (battery)
LTOLand and Transportation Office (Philippines)
LTOLast Time Order
LTOLaboratory Training Office
LTOLogistics Task Order
LTOLanguage and Technology Office
LTOLocal Terminal Operator
LTOLinking Technology and Order
LTOLocal Telecom Operator (telecommunications)
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Contract awarded for Quotation for the purchase of a sixth generation linear tape-open ultrium driver and cartridges
Advanced Digital Information Corporation (Nasdaq:ADIC), a leader in Intelligent Storage solutions for the open systems market, has announced broad support for the third-generation Linear Tape-Open (LTO) Ultrium tape drive, offering users dramatically enhanced capacity and data transfer rates for its LTO family of tape libraries.
Higher sequential performance: Tape drives based on the Linear Tape-Open (LTO) 2 format transfer sequential data at approximately 25MB/sec in real-world environments.
The new releases include the TotalStorage FAStT 900 disk storage offering, the TotalStorage Linear Tape-Open Ultrium 2 drive tape system, the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager that support FAStT 900 and Ultrium 2 tape drives and the Cisco MDS 9216 and 9509.
Linear Tape-Open (LTO) is a non-proprietary or "open" half-inch mid-range tape format that was jointly developed in 2000 by a consortium of three drive vendors: IBM, HP and Seagate (now Certance).
IBM has revealed the latest version of its Linear Tape-Open product line for backup, archiving and disaster recovery operations.
Linear Tape-Open (LTO) technology was unveiled early in April 1998 by Hewlett-Packard, IBM Corp.
Targeted at the midrange market, the Viper 200 is Seagate's lead entry into the product platform based on the Ultrium format of Linear Tape-Open technology, an open-format tape specification developed by the company together with Hewlett-Packard Co and IBM Corp.
Using IBM's Linear Tape-Open Ultrium (LTO Ultrium) products, customers can store information with up to twice the capacity and speed at about the same cost of existing competitive technology.
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