HP Ultrium Non Custom Labeled Data Cartridge LTO Ultrium x 20 - 800 GB - st

Mfg. Part: C7974AN-DUP | CDW Part: 1238445 | UNSPSC: 43202002
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  • 20 x LTO Ultrium 4
  • 800 GB / 1.6 TB
  • green
  • storage media
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Product Overview
Main Features
  • 20 x LTO Ultrium 4
  • 800 GB / 1.6 TB
  • green
  • storage media
With HPE Non-custom Labeled LTO Ultrium media, you no longer have to label your own cartridges, saving you time and the risk of retrieval errors. Barcode sequences are unique to each batch ordered – no codes are repeated. HPE rigorously tests its precision-engineered, high-resolution barcode labels using software unique to the HPE Automation Group to evaluate and warrant the performance of its labels in demanding, split-second datacenter environments. These labels are professionally applied in a clean environment to ensuring 100% readability accurate storage. Non-Custom Labeled cartridges ensure 100% label readability and can be ordered online, in packs of 20, using a fast and simple process. For those customer who value the added security that RFID adds, customers have the option to integrate it into each label at minimal cost. The RFID tag is embedded into the back of the non-custom label and offers tracking, audit and security advantages for those with IT asset tracking systems.

Technical Specifications
Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
Brand: HPE
Compatibility: PC
Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: HPE Ultrium Non-Custom Labeled Data Cartridge

Color: Green
Color Category: Green

Storage Removable
Archival Life: 30 year(s)
Cartridge Labeling: Labeled
Compressed Capacity: 1.6 TB
Media Included Qty: 20
Native Capacity: 800 GB
Removable Media Features: Metal Particle (MP)
Tape Length: 2690 ft
Type: LTO Ultrium

Environmental Parameters
Humidity Range Operating: 20 - 80%
Max Operating Temperature: 113 °F
Max Storage Temperature: 89.6 °F
Min Operating Temperature: 50 °F
Min Storage Temperature: 60.8 °F

Service & Support
Type: Limited lifetime warranty

Storage Media
Media Subcategory: Tape cartridges
Product Type: Storage media
Tape Cartridge: Ultrium 4

Miscellaneous (CDW)
Compatible With:
HPE 1/8 G2 Tape Autoloader Ultrium 1760
HPE LTO-4 Ultrium 1760 SAS Drive Upgrade Kit
HPE LTO-4 Ultrium 1760 SCSI Drive Upgrade Kit
HPE MSL2024 Ultrium 1760
HPE MSL2024 Ultrium 1840
HPE MSL4048 Ultrium 1760
HPE StorageWorks MSL2024 Ultrium 1840
HPE StorageWorks MSL4048 Ultrium 1840
HPE StorageWorks MSL6030 Ultrium 1840
HPE StorageWorks MSL6060 Ultrium 1840
HPE StorageWorks MSL8096 Ultrium 1840
HPE StorageWorks SAS Rack-Mount Kit
HPE StorageWorks Ultrium 1840
HPE StorageWorks Ultrium 1840 Array Module
HPE StorageWorks Ultrium 1840 Drive Upgrade Kit
HPE StorageWorks Ultrium 1840 FC Drive Kit
HPE StoreEver Ultrium 1840 Drive Upgrade Kit

Product Reviews
Rated 2.4 out of 5 by 11reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Their coax-based products might be acceptable for a small business with casual Internet needs. For those with serious needs (Internet-based credit card terminals or larger organizations) I wouldn't even consider their coax products. That being said ....We have a 150Mbps fiber service from their Enterprise division. The big three coax problems (too many active electronics in the outside plant, shared bandwidth, hundreds of connectors and junctions which degrade signal and impossible to find when they fail) are eliminated with fiber. I have a dedicated run to their head end. The head end has battery and generator power and is on a ring to a regional site which then has connectivity out to AT&T in St. Louis and Comcast in Chicago. We have had a couple issues. First, that regional ring had a failed piece of equipment on one side and then had a fiber cut on other side. The result was a 10 hour outage. Rumor mill says Mediacom was in no hurry to repair the electronics because "it's redundant" and then got caught with their pants down when the cut occurred.The second issue was a failure with a leased wavelength which somehow affected both their main and backup paths. The third was they weren't forwarding our BGP announcements to one of their two upstreams for about six weeks which we found when maintenance took the working upstream offline for a few hours.No provider is perfect, but their reliability is lower than it should be. Their regional ring is just too large (the more miles, the higher probability of a failure) and they don't seem to take redundancy seriously enough. I doubt they even have a viable disaster recovery plan. And their sales team? It took a few months for them to say they couldn't accept any modifications or clarifications to their contract language and a speed upgrade took two weeks to get a price and 30 days to snake through their processes.Having complained, I will say they have some good points: a) their cost per Mbps was lower than nearly every provider, b) we ALWAYS get at least our contracted bandwidth, even on snow days when a few thousand kids are at home taxing the coax side of things, c) their Enterprise phone support is good - these people know what an IP address is and how to spell TCP, and d) they may be your only choice in tier 2 or 3 markets. In our recent experience with the ILEC, their answer was 'if it isn't already a lit building, we don't care. We don't invest capital in wireline anymore.'Overall - Excellent choice as one of your TWO transit providers. Not good enough to be a SOLE provider for any kind of mission critical service. (Note: I'm told their Metro Ethernet doesn't transit the regional ring and is pretty much five 9's.) March 19, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by Worst service I have ever received if you could call it service. But the bill was full price. Never use September 12, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by I moved to Marceline in February of 2013. I contacted the local cable company Mediacom for service. I ordered cable and internet services through them. I went through many cable boxes and many tech visits. Each time they would bring me a new box. I would estimate that it took approx. 3 months to get working cable TV service. At which point I was never credited for the time I did not have service.Starting the 3rd month when my TV service started working, my internet service stopped working. I have put in an estimated 7-8 tech calls regarding extremely frequent internet disconnections. The service disconnects as frequent as 2-5 minutes apart and 30-50 times a day. The service is unusable. Several techs have been out and they have escalated the issue. My last tech was out last week and he told me that if the service was not working by last Thursday I should call them back. I did call them as I was still having disconnects. While I was on the phone with the tech support my internet monitor logged over 10 disconnects. They scheduled an appointment for today. At all the previous visits my wife had dealt with the techs. Today I took off early from work so that I would be able to talk to the tech directly. The tech never showed up. My appointment was scheduled from between 1-5pm today.At 4:30pm I received an email stating that my appointment was cancelled. I called the customer service line to inquire as to why. The rep told me that the tech stated he had tried to call me and I did not answer several calls and that no one was home. I told the rep that I've been home and I have not missed any calls. I have been home for several hours. And to top it off, there are several people here with me and no one ever seen a tech show up. This was definitely the icing on the cake. I'm finished with Mediacom. 6 months later and I still don't have the service I paid for 6 months ago.I would not recommend Mediacom. October 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by For two locations that they're the only option, surprisingly each time "we don't have any business tech's available, I usually just do residential but I should be able to figure this out..." has been said more than a time or two and at both locations.True there's two (of the otherwise rather limited in size) phone support techs who I could and do praise but otherwise, calling them is a nightmare. For starters though you follow their phone prompts to get to business, their system never puts you in the right place and after ultimately being forced to give all your information to someone just to have them tell you you're in the wrong department and that they'll transfer you so you can do the whole schpeel again; wouldn't they fix their prompts after these years?Recently the company (MediaCom) did an upgrade to their packages but they were reluctant to tell anybody. What a way to save bandwidth on their end; don't tell anybody and ultimately then, modems that need rebooting never get rebooted and they never have to supply what the client is paying for. In fact, it was through a call about something speed related, the fact we were receiving only half of what our speed should've been based on what we were paying, that this was found out. Then, to have them tell you that "oh, and your modem wasn't even provisioned correctly to begin with so you weren't getting what you should've been getting and certainly not where you should be now..." ...when asked if they would refund any of the many prior months of over spending and them saying that "we don't know how long this has been going on and therefore can't do anything about it..." that's poor service.When at one point we asked to return a modem, it took them months before they then sent us to collections for something we repeatedly tried to give back. At one point, a tech was onsite for something else service related and we even asked him to take them modem but he refused, telling us to call them again. Really? We're willing to give you your hardware but because you don't have anything within even an hour drive that we can take it to, it takes someone to come out and get the hardware but they wouldn't take it when they were even at our facility; how uncool can you get by sending a company to collections because of your own company's delinquency?Beware too, if you change your personal router, good luck. If you want static IP, though they give you multiple, they give you one modem and you can only tie it to one MAC and only allowed one IP per MAC. That said, what's the point then of offering multiple IP's. Plus then it's a nightmare if you think you're going to run multiple modems.Sum them up in one word: nightmare. June 3, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by great business service, poor residentialotherwise pretty good overall March 31, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Have been using Mediacom high speed internet at home for years and haven't had many issues. I did buy my own modem so I didn't have to rent one. February 19, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by We switched our school Internet connection to Mediacom from a T1. It has been BLAZING fast and we have not had a single outage. February 18, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by When i had MediaCom High speed internet, it was down more that it was up lol and calling them was no help at all, so i had to get rid of that quick it wasn't worth it. January 19, 2010
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