DDV-2500 manages, secures disk-based archive systems
Library Automation Technologies has released a Universal Version of its “Dynamic Disk Vault” (DDV-2500), an automated retrieval secure optical media storage vault that secures and manage access to any data stored in Compact Disk form factor, which includes CDs, DVDs, Blu-Ray, and HD-DVD media formats.
DDV-2500 storage capacity can range from 14.5 Terabytes for dual-sided DVDs to over 75 Terabytes for Blu-Ray media. In addition to on-line and near-line data access, the device provides secure vaulting and controlled dispensing of optical media. “Only properly authorized personnel are allowed access to secured media. All transactions are recorded. Various history/frequency usage reports are immediately available to auditors and management,” says Oleg Boyarsky – President and CEO of LAT.
Organizations that wish to utilize vast capacity available via DDV-2500 for data storage may opt for configuration that includes up to 6 embedded Read/Write Optical Drives.
DDV-2500 acts as a “gate-keeper” in allowing personnel access to the media stored within its massive vault based on established access rules. “In light of growing regulation requirements addressing information data retention, security, auditable access, as well as privacy, this device is ‘right on the money,'” comments Bob Baker – expert reviewer and independent contributor to PC Magazine. By strategically deploying these DDV devices, companies now can truly safeguard and control their sensitive information.
DDV-2500 is one of the family of Optical Media Manager Devices that include IMM-1000 and IMM-2000 which are specifically configured to be used in public, university, and special libraries for material-lending, archival, and circulation purposes.