Scalable peace of mind
The PowerVault™ ML6000 is an intelligent, modular tape library that functions as the backup target for storage area network (SAN) environments for true disaster recovery. Featuring:
- 5U tape library control module
- Library partitioning for improved flexibility (library managed encryption available with LTO-4, LTO-5 and LTO-6)
Industry Leading Storage Solution
You have better things to do than think about your backup technology, and the PowerVault™ ML6000 family is designed to ensure that storage of your key files are worry and hassle free. The ML6000 is a versatile, enterprise-level, top-rated modular tape library that allows customers to scale their storage area network (SAN) backup solution. Employing LTO-4, LTO-5 and LTO-6 tape drives and media with write-once, read-many (WORM) capability, as well as features such as proactive monitoring to supervise all major subsystem components and Library-Managed Encryption for added security, the ML6000 is an intelligent, long-term investment. Capable of expanding as your capacity needs grow, the ML6000 family offers your organization long-term data retention and restoration functionality, in a robust, intelligent, user-friendly storage system.
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The Dell™ PowerVault™ ML6000 tape library is a truly modular backup solution for your critical files and data. Completely scalable, the ML6000 family provides you with the secure storage capacity you require now, while helping to ensure that your needs are met tomorrow. Starting with up to 102.5TB (with LTO-6) of native capacity in the 5U, 41-cartridge ML6010 Library Control Module, you can stack and grow your library, adding 230TB (with LTO-6) of capacity with each 9U, ML6000 Expansion Module, up to a total potential storage capacity of a staggering 1022.5TB (with LTO-6). The library is available preconfigured in 5U (ML6010), 14U (ML6020), or 23U (ML6030) sizes and adding an additional 9U unit to your stack is a straightforward procedure.
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You have better things to do than think about your backup technology.