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About Spectra Logic
Spectra Logic Corporation is a computer data storage company based in Boulder, Colorado in the United States. The company builds backup and archive technology for secondary storage to protect data after it migrates from primary disk. The company was founded in 1979, and is a privately held company. Nathan C. Thompson founded Spectra Logic in his apartment in 1979 while he was an engineering student at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Spectra introduced its TFinity tape library in November 2009, offering 99.9% reliability and scaling to 180 petabytes of storage capacity in an LTO-5 configuration. Spectra Logic again earned top honors in the 2012 Storage magazine/SearchStorage.com's Quality Awards, winning both the enterprise and midrange tape library categories. On 20 April 2009, NASA Ames announced that it would replace ten of their 20-year-old silo tape libraries with two Spectra Logic T950 tape libraries.
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