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Advanced Digital Information Corporation

Advanced Digital Information Corporation
Type Subsidiary of Quantum Corp.
Industry Magnetic tape data storage & related; Software
Headquarters Redmond, Washington
Key people Peter H. van Oppen, CEO & Chairman
Jon W. Gacek, CFO
Products StorNext, Scalar
Employees 1,109 (2005)

Advanced Digital Information Corporation (ADIC) was an American manufacturer of tape libraries and storage management software which is now part of Quantum Corp. Their product line included both hardware, such as the Scalar line of robotic tape libraries, and software, such as the StorNext File System and the StorNext Storage Manager, a Hierarchical Storage Management system. Partners and resellers included Apple, Dell, EMC, Fujitsu-Siemens, HP, IBM and Sun.

ADIC was acquired by Quantum in August 2006.[1]


  1. ^ "Quantum:Press Release". Retrieved 2014-03-02. 

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