Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a specification for the encryption of electronic data, established by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology. AES has a fixed block size of 128 bits; and a key size of 128, 192, or 256 bits, which is used to define the strength of the encryption. AES-256, for example, uses a 256-bit key and is the highest level of encryption defined under the standard.
Linear Tape File System turns tape devices into NAS shares, giving users a drag-and-drop archive without any additional software.
Compact, scalable deduplication appliances with enterprise performance, replication, and manageability.
Scalable, enterprise-class tape library for backup, archive, and retention. Options include full redundancy, data integrity checking, and proactive service alerts.
Rack-mount library with up to 6.1PB capacity and enterprise-class features, including capacity-on-demand scalability and data integrity checking.
Make encrypted security a core component of backup and archive without sacrificing performance or budgets.
Industry's first virtual deduplication appliances for protecting virtual and physical servers using a software-only device—perfect for remote offices.
The leading open-format tape storage offers performance, capacity, security, and manageability, along with a long-term roadmap.
Cost-effective LTO library that looks like a NAS share with drag-and-drop access—perfect for moving archive data off active disk.
Industry-leading family of LTO libraries designed for everything from the remote office to the corporate data center.