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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The company sees 30 billion HTTP requests per day (including as many as two million requests per second), delivers three billion unique banner advertisements per day, and stores 20 terabytes of new data daily with a capacity for 37 petabytes of raw storage.
"dtSearch can instantly search terabytes of text because it builds a search index that stores the location of words in data.
With terabyte SSD devices entering the mainstream, it is now easier and more cost-effective to overprovision with SSD cache than at any time in the past.
So Take That may have predicted the future of data storage with the future of the terabyte era, but will they still be in the charts when the release of the first terabyte storage system is around?
A terabyte is approximately 1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes.
dtSearch Corp.'s Version 7.2, which searches terabytes of documents on a desktop, network, Internet, or intranet, is a search tool that can produce results in near-instantaneous speed.
I seem to recall people throwing around the phrase "several terabytes," but I assume that's for a document repository.
The SQL Script Validation output must report a database size greater than one terabyte for UNIX/Mainframe and greater than 500GB for Windows to be accepted by Winter Corporation.
Thanks to all the readers who pointed out that Friday's terabyte correction contained (ahem!) yet another error: a thousand megabytes is not a terabyte, it's a gigabyte.
The report's other major finding is that new wide-band technologies will drive internet data transfer costs down to less than half a percent of the current cost, or $300 per terabyte in 2003 compared to $80,900 per terabyte in 1998.
"Our migration to this 8 terabyte database will enable us to more effectively satisfy Kmart customers' routine and seasonal shopping needs as well as or better than the competition," said Terry Barwin, Kmart divisional vice president, systems development in a statement.
According to Elizabeth Thede, director of sales at dtSearch, the dtSearch product line offers unique features, such as document filters and supported data, terabyte indexer, multithread searching, federating searching and the dtSearch spider, faceted search and other data classification options, and over 25 search options including international language support.
A terabyte is a trillion bytes of data, while a petabyte is 1,000 terabytes.
Washington, Aug 1 (ANI): Computer scientists at the University of California, San Diego, shattered "the terabyte barrier" - and a world record - when they sorted over one terabyte of data (1,000 gigabytes or 1 million megabytes) in merely 60 seconds.