Why 385,000 PB stored on LTO is just the beginning.

On March 23rd, Storage Newsletter published an article that referenced the amount of LTO storage capacity shipped in 2015, and that the LTO capacity shipped actually increased by about 18% versus the prior year. These figures are based on a report that was published by the LTO consortium, and the report also indicated that more than 385,000 PB of total data capacity has been shipped since the introduction of LTO Ultrium cartridges in 2000.

5 Ways Storage Infrastructure Can Make All The Difference In Scientific Research

Today, researchers across scientific disciplines are benefiting from technology innovations in both software and hardware. Think: High performance computing and compute acceleration technologies like GPU. Unmanned drones and robots that enable scientists to go places humans cannot go—in space, on land, and at sea. Ultra high-definition 4K and 8K video formats. Advanced sensors that collect infrared, ultraviolet, microwave, and radar data. And analytics that make it easier to make sense out of all this data.