yottabyte


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Synonyms for yottabyte

a unit of information equal to 1000 zettabytes or 10^24 bytes

a unit of information equal to 1024 zebibytes or 2^80 bytes

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The name YottaYotta comes from the term yottabyte, which is one trillion terabytes of data.
YottaYotta, the Yottabyte NetStorage(TM) Company, has developed NetStorage technology that utilizes massively parallel technology and tight integration with optical networks to create a geographically distributed storage resource of enormous scalability that is managed as a single machine.
Being chosen by this group confirms our belief that YottaYotta, the Yottabyte NetStorage Company, will revolutionize storage.
YottaYotta, the Yottabyte NetStorage(TM) Company, has developed NetStorage(TM) technology that utilizes distributed supercomputing and clustering to bring true scalability of performance and redundancy to storage, even when distributed across geographies.
YottaYotta, the Yottabyte NetStorage(TM) Company, has developed the NetStorage Cube(TM) which utilizes distributed supercomputing and clustering to bring true scalability of performance and redundancy to storage, even when distributed across geographies.
Being chosen by world class investors confirms our belief that YottaYotta, the Yottabyte NetStorage Company, will revolutionize storage.
Furthermore, in the age of zettabytes on the way to yottabytes, the designers, engineers, and managers of future smart systems will depend on cognition as a service.
Considering that the NSA is already storing yottabytes of surveillance information (tech crunch.
For example, it says a brontobyte, "the size of the digital universe tomorrow," equates to 1,000 yottabytes (1 quadrillion gigabytes).
In Bluffdale, Utah, the NSA is spending $2 billion to build what may be one of the largest data-storage facilities on the planet (with its own bizarre fireworks), capable of storing almost inconceivable yottabytes of information.
At the pace at which unmanned aircraft and other technologies are being deployed, some sources are projecting that the total volume of data gathered could increase to the level of yottabytes (one septillion bytes) by 2015--a volume that the Defense Department's global information grid simply cannot store.
The terminology related to data has progressed from datasets of mega bytes, to datasets of gigabytes (10 to the ninth power), to datasets of terabytes (10 to twelfth power), to petabytes (10 to the fifteenth power), exabyte (10 to the eighteenth power), zettabytes (10 to the twenty-first power), and yottabytes (10 to the twenty-fourth power).
Thanks to growing digital storage capacity, data will be measured in yottabytes (1 septillion bytes of data) by 2050.
You're managing terabytes or petabytes or in our case we do yottabytes of storage.
We will soon describe storage in new terms such as zettabytes (1021 or 1,000 exabytes), and yottabytes (1024 or 1,000 zettabytes).