terabyte


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terabyte

1000 gigabytes. See Byte, Kilobyte.
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It's not hard to envision how such increased use across the industry will generate hundreds of millions of digital images each year requiring terabytes of data.
Due in 2003, Tandberg's first-generation O-Mass offering will have an uncompressed storage capacity of 600GB, with succeeding releases rising up to an amazing 10 terabytes (TB) on a single cartridge.
By 2008, it is expected that the "average" non-mainframe storage administrator will be able to manage nearly 20 terabytes of storage while the amount of data to be managed will approximate 80 terabytes.
3 terabytes of user data uses Sun servers and storage and AT&T's Daytona data management system.