3 terabytes of user data uses Sun servers and storage and AT&T's Daytona data management system.
What does TB stand for?
TB stands for Terabyte (1,024 Gigabytes)
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We have 44 other meanings of TB in our Acronym Attic
- Technology Base
- Teddy Bear
- Tedlar Bag
- Tee Box
- Teen Baby
- Tele-Block (Runescape spell)
- Temporal Bone
- Tennis Ball
- Tenor Bass (chorus)
- Terabit (1,024 Gigabits; written with a lowercase b)
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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.
Operating as many as four AIT drives simultaneously yields a very high data transfer rate of up to 449 gigabytes per hour, or one terabyte in little more than two hours, enabling firms to rapidly backup and restore vital data.
Leading Marketer Uses 100 Terabyte Data Warehouse Appliance to Provide Enhanced Marketing Services to Clients FRAMINGHAM, Mass.
Experimental Chips Could Bring TeraFLOP Performance, Terabytes of Bandwidth into Wide Use in Future Computers and Data Centers SAN FRANCISCO -- Intel Corporation today described the significant technical challenges that need to be addressed if computing, from personal devices to giant data centers, is to keep up with increasing demand by consumers and businesses for Internet-based software, services and media-rich experiences.
The new offerings include the GB3000, a 3 terabyte, 1U standalone solution and the TB120, a 120 terabyte storage system built from racked GB3000s.
With its unique Query-In-Storage(TM) design, the solution is capable of scanning 1 terabyte of data in 60 seconds and can easily scale to hundreds of terabytes of usable database capacity.
Each "P" Series slave node has a 1/2 terabyte capacity and is priced at $40,000 (maximum 60 terabyte capacity).