18 Feb 2013

The Biggest Hard Drive Capacity



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Biggest harddrive


hard drives capacityThis is the biggest hard drives capacity 1 GB Yottabytes or 1 trillion, the NSA is building an area of ​​92,903 m2 as a storage pocket hard drive at a cost of about 2 billion dollars. The plan of this place will be able to store data for 1 Yottabytes (YB). Predicted, that this will be realized in 2015.

For those who hasn’t known about number / counts of hard drives capacity,
Just pay attention below!

- 1,000 Gigabytes (GB) = 1
Terabytes (TB)
- 1,000
Terabytes (TB) = 1 Petabytes (PB)

- 1,000
Petabytes (PB) = 1 Exabytes
- 1,000 Exabytes = 1 Zettabyte
- 1,000
Zettabytes = 1 Yottabytes

Th
at may be able to store all the data in the world. That Hard Drives Capacity would also make us imagine how much hard drive takes to reach that capacity.
 If they use hard drives capacity of 1 TB per piece. It might them use about 1,000 billion hard drives. But from what we read, most likely the NSA uses much larger hard drive from the priority of NSA always use the most advanced technology that is usually not available in the market like they could use a hard drive with a capacity of 25 -100 TB per piece.
That place which would be used for.
Ok, we hope that this biggest hard drives capacity topic will help you much

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