Iomega Announces REV 70GB Backup Drives With SATA Interface
Iomega Corporation announced the latest in its line of REV removable HDD technology: the new Iomega REV 70GB SATA Backup Drive, available now for stand-alone Windows PCs or as a backup kit for Microsoft Windows servers.
Two REV 70GB SATA solutions are available today as part of Iomega's announcement. For desktop PCs, the Iomega REV 70GB SATA Backup Drive includes a drive and a removable REV 70GB disk, complete with EMC Retrospect Express backup software. For servers, the REV 70GB SATA Server Backup and Disaster Recovery Kit includes a drive and five removable REV 70GB disks along with CA's BrightStor ArcServe Backup OEM edition software, including disaster recovery.
Iomega's new REV 70GB Backup Drives feature improved transfer rates of 30 MB/sec. (max.), versus 25 MB/sec for first-generation REV 35GB products. Both generations of REV products boast extensive third-party software support, estimated 30 year archival life, and an estimated one million rewrite durability.
The Iomega REV 70GB Backup Drive is now available worldwide in external USB 2.0 and internal ATAPI and SATA models. The Iomega REV 35GB Backup Drive is available in ATAPI, external USB 2.0, FireWire , SCSI, SATA and multi-disk autoloader configurations, including the desktop form factor REV Loader 280, which utilizes up to eight REV 35GB disks for a total of 280GB of native storage capacity. Coming soon is the new REV Loader 560, incorporating one REV 70GB drive and up to eight REV 70GB disks in same convenient automated desktop form factor.
The REV 70GB SATA Backup Drive with one removable REV 70GB disk is available now for $579.99; the REV 70GB SATA Server Backup and Disaster Recovery Kit with five removable REV 70GB disks is available now for $829.00 (prices are U.S. suggested retail). REV 70GB Backup Drives come with a worldwide three-year warranty. REV 35GB Backup Drives are warranted for 1 year in the Americas and Asia-Pacific, 2 years in Europe.
Source: Iomega Corporation
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