VALHALLA, NY — Fujifilm Recording Media USA, Inc. (www.fujifilmusa.com), a subsidiary of Fujifilm Corporation, has launched Dternity, a new deep storage and archiving solution that uses cost-effective data tape and provides seamless on-site and online content protection.
Dternity Archive Media is environmentally sustainable, and consumes less energy than spinning disk, offering lower power costs and a green approach to data storage. A 2.6TB LTO-6 cartridge costs approximately $50 and can have a shelf life of 30 years.
The Dternity NAS is an on-site network attached storage appliance built to provide online data access, low-cost scalability and data protection for unstructured, fixed content. Using linear tape file system (LTFS) tape technology, Dternity NAS delivers the performance of disk with the economics of tape in a simple and scalable solution.
The Dternity Media Cloud is a subscription service that serves as an online storage solution for the preservation and protection of digital data archives. Features include multiple connection methods, fully customizable SLAs, regulatory-compliant security, mobile support, auto-migration, and archive verification.
Dternity is available now, with advanced portal access coming in late 2014. Fujifilm will show its Dternity solution at NAB in Las Vegas next month.