Definition of terabyte
: 1024 gigabytes or 1,099,511,627,776 bytes; also : one trillion bytes
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The company’s most bonkers machine yet can have processors up to 22 teraflops, memory up to 128 gigs, and as much as 4 terabytes of storage.
Video by Robert Hanashiro and Jefferson Graham, USA TODAY Self-driving vehicles are synonymous with sophisticated sensors producing terabytes of data being analyzed by powerful computers.
Court documents say investigators seized, conservatively, 50 terabytes of information, or enough to fill roughly 200 laptop computers.
The Michigan State Police could generate 5,000 to 7,000 terabytes of information over three years if all officers wore body cameras, according to the Detroit Free Press.
Information about more than 198 million U.S. citizens was accidentally leaked earlier this month, after more than a terabyte of data was stored on a publicly accessible server by a marketing firm working for the Republican National Committee.
Vickery discovered 1.1 terabytes stored on the cloud, that was fully downloadable and not password protected, according to a report published to UpGuard's website.
The $59.99 unlimited storage for Amazon’s Cloud Drive is now limited at 1 terabyte of storage.
Of course, using internet to watch TV shows and movies could lead to reaching Comcast’s one-terabyte data cap, which was implemented in Colorado in November.
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