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Get the Most Out of Your Storage Media Investments
Storage Management for Mainframe solutions from CA Technologies are designed to help maintain a high level of data availability and protection across the enterprise. Our solutions support the industry’s broadest range of storage platforms including IBM®, EMC, Hitachi Data Systems (HDS), Oracle (StorageTek™) and others. Manage these platforms using a consistent interface without the need to learn multiple niche utilities.

Scalar i6000
Density. Performance. Security.
Scalar® i6000 is the most feature-rich and technically advanced enterprise tape library available, allowing organizations to optimize the library configuration to meet their specific workflow demands.

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