What you need to know
- OWC has announced ArGest Ingest Pro, new software designed for ingesting data from tapes, disks, and other media.
- The new app can import multiple types of data with a single click.
OWC has today announced a new piece of software that's designed to make it easier to ingest all kinds of data from tapes, disks, and memory cards onto a Mac. ArGest IngestPro is available for download now and is priced at $999.
Announced via press release, the new software is aimed at businesses that have large amounts of data sent by clients, often on tapes and other types of removable media. Handling that media and the files on it can be a pain, and ArGest IngestPro is designed to make everything easier.
As you might expect, such a specialist piece of software isn't cheap. ArGest IngestPro is available for download now and is priced at $999.
- Simple: choose your source type, source device, tape type, and click…that's it!
- Comprehensive: ingest data on BRU, LTFS, and tar tapes, disks, and camera cards
- Custom: choose to ingest specific content only
- Convenient: ejects tape from drive when ingest is complete
- Cost-effective: get most use life from tapes by choosing to overwrite existing files
Today's announcement comes days after the company also announced the Mercury Pro LTO tape backup solution, another example of business-oriented moves from OWC.
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