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Digi-Data 1600 tpi tape reader

 

Digi-Data Corporation was founded in 1960 in Columbia, Maryland, and was an innovator and developer of performance archival solutions, provider of IP Communication products, and pioneer in the emerging data vaulting business. In the 1960s, Digi-Data delivered over 50,000 tape systems through OEM relationships with Compaq, HP and Data General. Shifting the focus to disk technologies, Digi-Data produced its first SCSI RAID controller for initial shipments in 1992. It incorporated five key patents with RAID technology to form the basis for the STORM (Storage On Redundant Modules) architecture serving large corporate data centers.

Our Digi-Data 1600 tpi tape reader (Digi Data Corporation/Overland Technologies) with PC card, software, manuals and half inch tapes from 1985 was kindly donated by Rod Pawsey

 

Date : 1985

Manufacturer : Digi-Data

This exhibit has a reference ID of CH16968. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
 

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