terabyte


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Synonyms for terabyte

a unit of information equal to 1000 gigabytes or 10^12 (1,000,000,000,000) bytes

a unit of information equal to 1024 gibibytes or 2^40 (1,099,511,627,776) bytes

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As of today, two DATAllegro v3 appliances, each with more than a hundred terabytes of capacity, have been purchased by US-based customers.
htm, which now scales from a few hundred gigabytes to 100 terabytes to meet the demands of a broader range of enterprise data analytic needs.
It's not hard to envision how such increased use across the industry will generate hundreds of millions of digital images each year requiring terabytes of data.
Paper is estimated to generate over 200 terabytes per year, X-rays between 15 and 20 terabytes per year, and music downloads Onto CDs anywhere upwards of 50 terabytes per year.
After analysis, they calculated that this requirement would eventually yield between a nine and 11 terabyte data warehouse.
Whether you have 1 terabyte of user data or 300, DATAllegro's data warehouse appliances offer record-breaking performance at a fraction of the cost of any other offering on the market.
CTI), today announced the availability of the Maximus Platinum, a one terabyte, light-weight, external hard drive for high-capacity data storage and easy transport.
3]IBM's record-breaking demonstration trumped its 2002 recording of a terabyte of date onto a single 3592-sized cartridge at a density of 1 billion bits per square inch.
maker of the Yellow Machine(TM) FailSafe Terabyte Storage Appliance, today announced the addition of EMC(R) Corporation backup and recovery software to the Yellow Machine Terabyte Storage Appliance.
Fully automated, policy-based configurations are available for customers storing all amounts of data, from less than one terabyte to up to 10 terabytes for a single appliance.
By 2008, it is expected that the "average" non-mainframe storage administrator will be able to manage nearly 20 terabytes of storage while the amount of data to be managed will approximate 80 terabytes.