Here Comes the Zettabyte Age

The <a href="">Wired Gadget Lab blog</a> introduces us to the not too distant future when information measured in petabytes will be insufficient. "According to a recent study by market-research company IDC, and sponsored by storage company EMC, the size of the information universe is currently 800,000 petabytes. Each petabyte is a million gigabytes, or the equivalent of 1,000 one-terabyte hard drives...but it’s just a down payment on next year’s total"
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