Spectra Logic T200-T680 против Quantum Scalar i6 конкурентное сравнение
We know you have options. We’ve made investment in the design of our Scalar i6 tape library to offer unique capabilities helping you to:
- Easily increase capacity and performance
- Quantum: Modular design enables easy expansion for additional drive and media space
- Spectra: Fixed chassis requires a new, larger library and transfer components from the old system
- Reduce data center footprint
- Quantum: Highest storage density of 16.7 (tape slots/U); up to 70% higher density than Spectra
- Spectra: Storage density varies starting at just 10 (tape slots/U)
- Reduce vaulting costs
- Quantum: Active Vault enables automated, in-library vaulting for lower cost, more secure long-term storage
- IBM: No in-library vault option
- Ensure a healthy media pool
- Quantum: Automated media health checks and reporting for all media
- Spectra: Limits reporting and media checks to Spectra brand media only
- Minimize power & cooling costs
- Quantum: 80 PLUS® certified power supplies
- IBM: Standard power supplies
The following table compares key features of the two products to help determine which tape library best meets your needs.
|Modular design enables non-disruptive expansion for adding more drive and tape space as needs grow beyond the existing system.
|Storage Density (slots/U)
|From 10 to 16
|Higher density (70% more per U than Spectra) saves valuable data center rack space.
|Features limited to Spectra brand only No in-library vault
|Automated media health checks with EDLM ensure content is available from tape when needed. Active Vault enables in-library vaulting, saving money while securely vaulting tapes internal to the library. Vaulted tapes can be monitored with EDLM to ensure data integrity.
|Standard power supplies
|80 PLUS certified power supplies
|80 PLUS certification ensures lowest cost, power, and cooling for minimizing OPEX.
compute server option
|Embedded compute server blades enable complementary applications (such as LTFS and Veeam tape server) to run internal to the library for greater efficiency of converged solutions.