Out of curiosity, are there standards in place for data storage naming above petabytes? i.e. What is the next step...
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(or next two or three?!?) up?
As you may already know,
1KB = 1,024bytes 1MB = 1,024KB 1GB = 1,024MB 1TB (terabyte) = 1,024GB 1PB (petabyte) = 1,024TBNow if a petabyte is nto enough for you, we can go farther!!!
1 Exabyte = 1,024 petabytes 1 Zettabyte = 1,024 exabytesand finally
1 Yottabyte = 1,024 zettabytes
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