Exabyte

Approximately one quintillion bytes, or one billion billion bytes.

Exabyte

The exabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information. The prefix exa indicates multiplication by the sixth power of 1000 or 1018 in the International System of Units (SI). Therefore one exabyte is one quintillion bytes (short scale). A related unit, the exbibyte, using a binary prefix, is {gaps|10246|bytes}, about 15% larger. ==Usage...
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Exabyte

[company] Exabyte Corp. was a manufacturer of magnetic tape data storage products headquartered in Boulder, Colorado, United States. Exabyte Corp. is now defunct, but the company`s technology is sold by Tandberg Data under both brand names. Prior to the 2006 demise, Exabyte offered tape storage and automation solutions for servers, workstat...
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Exabyte

A type of 8mm tape drive and storage cartridge
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Exabyte

A type of 8mm tape drive and storage cartridge.
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exabyte

exabyte 1. A unit of information equal to 1 000 petabytes or 1018 bytes. 2. A unit of information equal to 1 024 pebibytes or 260 bytes.
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Exabyte

Unit of storage, details ...
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EXABYTE

When written in capital letters, it is the name of a manufacturer of a tape based mass storage device. When in lower case it is 2 to the 60th power [260 or 1,152,921,504,606,846,976] bytes. One exabyte is equal to 1,024 petabytes.
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