[ US /ˈɛksəˌbaɪt/ ]
- a unit of information equal to 1024 pebibytes or 2^60 bytes
- a unit of information equal to 1000 petabytes or 10^18 bytes
How To Use exabyte In A Sentence
- This means that 1,000 exabytes equals 1 zettabyte (ZB), and 1,000 zettabytes equals 1 yottabyte (YB).
- Cisco today released the latest iteration of its Visual Networking Index, and forecast that mobile traffic worldwide would reach more than one exabyte per month by 2012. How Mobile Will Reach the Exabyte Age By 2012
- Middle East and Africa will grow the fastest, with a compound annual growth rate of 51 percent, reaching 1 exabyte a month. Cisco Says the Future of the Web Is Video
- In fact, U.S. mobile data will exceed 1 exabyte in 2010, according to Mashable, approximately 1 billion gigabytes. Mobile Data Usage Explodes, To Top 1 Exabyte By End Of Year (CHART)
- IDC reports that the world's storehouses of digital information contained 281 exabytes of data in 2007 an exabyte is a one followed by 18 zeroes and they will hold six times as much by next year, an increase to 1.8 zettabytes. Unlocking The Power Of Big Data
- Total petabytes increased 58 per cent year-over-year to 505 petabytes or half an exabyte.
- IBM, for example, states that there is one exabyte - [ 10.sup.18 ] bytes - of online data worldwide.
- To put things in perspective about the unabated growth of video traffic, Shetty said it is appropriate to start thinking in terms of the zettabyte, which is the same as 1,000 exabytes. PC World
- At Zeitgeist, Google CEO Eric Schmidt notes that between the dawn of civilization and 2003 there were 5 exabytes of data collected (an exabyte equals 1 quintillion bytes). Don Tapscott: Why Transparency and Privacy Should Go Hand in Hand
- We will soon describe storage in new terms such as zettabytes (1021 or 1,000 exabytes), and yottabytes (1024 or 1,000 zettabytes).