Which 3570 do you have, and are you going to sell it?
Also, Rob, I am interested in errors you have had with the 3570.  
As far as a UPS goes, Best Power makes very good units and are AS400
friendly.  If you want true UNINTERRUPTABLE power, we use a combo of a Best
UPS and a generator.  We have a 20kvA generator that powers a 13kVa Best UPS
that powers our computer room (9 AS400s and assorted PC servers and comm
gear).  We also have another generator (12kVa) that powers all the A/C units
for the data center. With automated transfer switches, the whole thing works
very nicely, not to mention a message to the Treo that tells me we have
switched to generator.

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-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Snyder [mailto:dsnyder@xxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, March 05, 2004 10:05 AM
To: midrange-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: UPS & Tape Drive

We are looking to purchase a UPS for our AS400 (820) for emergency purposes.
It is already on a UPS with other equipment, but we need one for the AS400
only as a backup. Can anyone recommend any vendors or models?

We are also looking for a new tape drive unit. We are currently using 3570
and need something faster, not necessarily one that will hold more data on a
tape, although I figure the two will probably come together. We perform
multiple backups at the same time (we have two 3570 drives) so that may be a
factor as well. Again, any recommendations?


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