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terabyte

1000 gigabytes. See Byte, Kilobyte.
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Many of these devices provide their owners with a purported secure, 24/7 access to their data from anywhere on the Internet, as well as giving tablets and cellphones the same speed and access to terabytes of data as their PCs.
That's where terabytes of storage become necessary.
According to the survey, the largest commercial data warehouse in the world, with 29.2 terabytes of data, runs Oracle(R) Database.
The data warehouse, which is set to expand from 1.7 terabytes to 8 terabytes of data by the end of the year, will be used to store information used for merchandise planning and analysis, category management, market basket analysis and other inventory-related functions.
In fact, dtSearch enterprise and developer products can index more than a terabyte of text in a single index, spanning multiple directories, emails and attachments, online data and other databases.
An advantage of StoredIQ's products so far is that they are effective and can be scaled to penetrate databases that expand capacity to terabytes or petabytes, he said.
Teradata 550, with a price of USD67,000 per terabyte, is a departmental data warehouse.
The state-of-the-art ZR-DH-1621NP DVR from CBC (America) Corporation of Commack, New York, provides up to 1 terabyte internal storage capacity for up to three months of continuous recording.
According to International Data Corp., in fiscal year 2003, Fortune 500 companies spent $7 billion on approximately 1,200 terabytes (1 terabyte = 1,000 gigabytes) of data stored on magnetic tape.
The latest Mac version was designed for improved scanning speed, new file and mail database type support in Content scan mode (including Stuffit, .sit and .sitx file types, plus Entourage mail), improved TIFF file and AAC/M4A audio file recovery, improved support for terabyte drives and added German language support.