M2 Presswire: Seagate's entire tape drive line certified Linux compatibleJun 30, 1999, 14:12 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Seagate Technology today announced that its entire line of tape backup drives has been certified with Linux... Seagate received certification on its Hornet Travan, Scorpion DAT and Sidewinder AIT tape drives through the Linux tape certification program, managed by Enhanced Software Technologies."
" 'As Linux continues to gain acceptance on multiple computing platforms, Seagate will be there to fulfil the backup needs of those environments,' said Ian Rothery, Sales Manager Europe, Middle East and Africa at Seagate Removable Storage Solutions. 'It's important that Linux users have a dependable means to backup, restore and protect the data they rely on every day, and Seagate has been proactive in its efforts to make certain our Travan, DAT and AIT drives are completely compatible with and the Linux operating system.' "
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