Storage In The Exabyte Era
datanami, February 19th, 2020
March 1, 2020,
Volume 263, Issue 4

Back in 2010, a petabyte was considered a lot of data for a single company to have. But today, petabyte is child's play, and the biggest enterprises are managing data stored in the exabyte range

"Finding economical ways to store all that data - let alone manage it in a way that lets enterprises get value from it through analytics - will require all the tricks we've learned up to this point, as well as a few new ones," writes Alex Woodie in datanami

"Getting a firm grasp on the amount of data that is generated and stored every day, week month, and year is a notoriously difficult task. It's been said that Facebook generates 4PB of data per day, most of which are photos and videos. A single connected car generates over 120TB of data per month, while the entire fleet of wearable devices will generate 335PB of data per month in 2020, according to Statista..."

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