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An increasing number of new tape drives are able to read data written on previous-generation tape drives and in some cases even write to the media used with those drives, either at the existing density or at a new, higher density. Customers may want to migrate from an older tape drive technology to a newer one, move from one generation of tape drive to another or combine multiple drive technologies in a single library. Administrators want to take advantage of these higher capacity and performance tape drives, but are concerned about migrating to or integrating these drives into an existing or new tape library. This paper will discuss different methods for doing so.
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