The traffic increase will be driven by the rapid expansion of Internet-enabled devices, users, and higher broadband speeds.
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That's 295 with 18 zeros after it. But it's only a hundredth of what humanity's DNA can store.
Promising better data integrity, start-up Ten's Complement has released a new file system for Macs based on Oracle's ZFS. It's an approach Apple began but dropped.
US surveillance spooks at the National Security Agency are working on a data centre in the Utah desert that could potentially hold yottabytes of data. What-a-byte? We're glad you asked
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The open-source appliances in the Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems line are intended to lure price-sensitive customers.
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Mobile networks will be tested during the inauguration, but every network will feel the strain in 2009. Providers need to better manage their bandwidth, resolving potential problems quickly.