The Flexible Way to Protect Your Business Data Faster and More Securely
The HP RDX Removable Disk Cartridge delivers flexibly meeting both budget and capacity requirements with a choice of 320 GB, 500 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB removable disk cartridges. The HP RDX Removable Disk Backup System works with current and future higher capacity cartridges for backward compatibility.
Backs up data at fast hard drive speeds (up to 360 GB/hr) and restores critical files in seconds instead of hours with the benefit of random disk access versus a tape drive solution.
Backup using drag and drop file access which makes backup simple and convenient. Scheduled backups are supported through support for leading backup software. For a hands-free backup experience use the HP RDX Removable Disk Backup System and HP RDX Continuous Data Protection Software.
Protects Your Business Data While Respecting Your Business Costs
The HP RDX Removable Disk Cartridge reduces on-going media and upgrade costs with disk cartridges designed with a long usage life.
Rugged, portable and durable removable disk cartridges enable business critical backup data to be simply and securely taken off-site for disaster recovery, archive or data transfer.
Cartridges are specified for over 5,000 load and unload cycles and designed for long life expectancy.
RDX 320 GB, RDX 500 GB, RDX 1 TB, RDX 2 TB cartridges are tested to withstand a drop of 1 meter (39.4 in).
Works in a Broad Set of Small Business Operating Environments
The HP RDX Removable Disk Cartridge suits almost every small business operating environment.
The RDX Removable Disk Backup System is compatible with all current and future higher capacity RDX Removable Disk Cartridges making the system fully multi-generational.
|PI Date||May 2010|
|Manufacturer Web Site||http://www.hp.com|
|Product Type||Removable Hard Drive|
|Supported File System||FAT32|
|Operating Temeprature||5 to 45°C°C|
|Other Features||* Data access time - 15 Milliseconds |
* Supported file systems - ext2, ext3
* Load/unload cycles - 5000, Minimum
* Mean time between failures - 500,000 Hours @100% duty cycle
* Uncorrected error rate - 1 error per 10^14 bits read