15 Results for

zettabyte

Article

Cisco says Internet will quadruple in four years

The traffic increase will be driven by the rapid expansion of Internet-enabled devices, users, and higher broadband speeds.

By May. 30, 2012

Article

Jonathan Schwartz: Oracle bungled its chance at mobile Java

Oracle could have innovated with Java instead of litigated, says CareZone co-founder and Sun's former CEO. Also: Why Amazon won at cloud computing, "Intel Inside" was a blip, and the Mac is back.

By Jul. 26, 2012

Article

Study: Humanity can store 295 exabytes of data

That's 295 with 18 zeros after it. But it's only a hundredth of what humanity's DNA can store.

By Feb. 10, 2011

Article

Mac OS X gets ZFS after all--but not from Apple

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.

By Feb. 1, 2012

Article

NSA to store yottabytes in Utah data centre

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

By Nov. 2, 2009

Article

New & Noteworthy: Expo pulls Web site press passes;

New & Noteworthy: Expo pulls Web site press passes;

By Jul. 5, 2002

Article

Study: You'll wolf down 34GB of data today

Researchers at UC San Diego say Americans have a voracious, and growing, appetite for information. And yes, you still watch a lot of TV.

By Dec. 10, 2009

Article

Sun unveils open-source storage line

The open-source appliances in the Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems line are intended to lure price-sensitive customers.

By Nov. 10, 2008

Article

New and Noteworthy: The Cisco iPhone; SBC: The Mac Means Business; ZFS Shows Up in New Leopard Build; more

New and Noteworthy: The Cisco iPhone; SBC: The Mac Means Business; ZFS Shows Up in New Leopard Build; more

By Dec. 18, 2006

Article

IP networks will feel traffic pain in 2009

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.

By Jan. 19, 2009