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How to store the worlds explosive data generation?

How to store the worlds explosive data generation?

Information recording technology

Recent developments caused an exponential increase in the quantity of data generated worldwide. As the use of accumulated big data rapidly increases, so does the need for reliable and cost effective long term storage for future use. Valuable data should be stored safely and securely with a minimal risk for data damage or loss due to system failures, viruses and cyber attacks. The use of magnetic tape is gaining in popularity thanks to its storage capacity, portability, energy efficiency, cost of ownership and the fact that it can hold data without problems for years.

In the development and manufacturing of Fujifilm’s LTO (Linear Tape Open) data cartridges, 3 core technologies were combined: nano particle technology, nano dispersion technology and high precision coating technology. The magnetic tapes use BaFe magnetic particles, offering outstanding recording and retrieval performance for long-term storage. The magnetic properties remain stable when micronized, and it enables good signal quality over a wide frequency range.

High density digital recording requires extremely thin recording layers. Nanocubic technology allows the production of nanometer-scale ultra thin coatings. Combined with plate-shaped BaFe particles and Fujifilm’s experience in nano-dispersion technology and high precision coating, we create magnetic tape cartridges with low noise and excellent storage characteristics.

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By car

The route from Amsterdam, Utrecht (A2, A27) or from Rotterdam, Breda (A16, A59, A27)

  • From A2, keep bearing right at motorway interchange Everdingen (junction Lexmond), A27 direction Breda;
  • From A16 (Dordrecht/Breda), follow direction Breda; At motorway interchange Zonzeel keep bearing right onto A59. At motorway interchange Hooipolder turn right onto A27.
  1. At motorway A27, take exit Oosterhout/Dongen 19;
  2. Turn right, direction Dongen, Bovensteweg / N629;
  3. Follow direction Tilburg for 10,6 km (follow Industrial Site number 1004/1005);
  4. After 10,6 km, turn left to Burgemeester Letschertweg;
  5. After 2,3 km turn right to Gesworenhoekseweg / Industrial Site number 1004/1005;
  6. Take third exit on the round-a-bout onto Dongenseweg;
  7. After 0.9 km turn right, at the traffic lights, Fujifilm Tilburg is located at the Oudenstaart 1.

The route from Brussels, Antwerpen (A12)

  1. From A12, direction Antwerpen, follow direction Breda;
  2. At motorway interchange Galder keep bearing right onto A27/A58, direction Tilburg;
  3. At motorway, take junction Gilze, Tilburg-West, Rijen (12);
  4. Turn left to N260 / Langenbergseweg (2.7 km);
  5. Straight ahead to Burgemeester Letschertweg, follow direction Industrial Site number 1004/1005 (6.8 km);
  6. After 6.8 km, turn right to Gesworenhoekseweg / Industrial Site number 1004/1005;
  7. Take third exit on the round-a-bout onto Dongenseweg;
  8. After 0.9 km turn right, at the traffic lights, Fujifilm Tilburg is located at the Oudenstaart 1.

The route from Eindhoven (A2)

  1. At motorway interchange Batadorp keep bearing left onto A2, direction Tilburg;
  2. Continue on A58 (21.6 km);
  3. Keep to the right at motrway interchange De Baars en follow A65 direction Tilburg-Noord/‘s-Hertogenbosch/Waalwijk (1.4 km);
  4. Take junction (3) Tilburg-Noord, to N261 direction Waalwijk
  5. Turn right to Burgemeester Bechtweg/N261 (7.0 km). Follow direction Industrial Site number 1004/1005;
  6. Continue on Burgemeester Letschertweg (2.1 km);
  7. Turn left onto Burg. Baron van Voorst tot Voorstweg;
  8. Take first right to Dongenseweg;
  9. After 1.2 km, at the traffic lights, turn left onto Oudenstaart.

The route from s’-Hertogenbosch (A2)

  1. At motorway interchange Empel follow A59 direction RING-Noord/Waalwijk;
  2. At A59, take exit 37-Waalwijk. Continue on A58 (21.6 km);
  3. Follow Midden-Brabantweg/N261 direction Sprang-Capelle/Tilburg/Efteling;
  4. Continue on Midden-Brabantweg/A261, direction Tilburg;
  5. Take exit Tilburg-Noord, to N261, direction Eindhoven/Breda;
  6. Turn right, direction Dongen, to Burgemeester Letschertweg. Follow Industrial Site number 1004/1005;
  7. After 2,1 km, turn left to Burgemeester Baron van Voorst tot Voorstweg;
  8. Take first right to Dongenseweg;
  9. After 1.2 km, at the traffic lights, turn left onto Oudenstaart.

Public Transport

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• From Central Railway Station Tilburg: Bus 127, direction /Breda

• Departure from Central Railway Station: every half hour

• Departure from Dongenseweg: every half hour

• Bus stop: Dongenseweg across from the Fujifilm Tilburg entrance