What is 1000 terabytes?
1000 terabytes (TB) is 1 petabyte (PB). (And a thousand petabytes is one exabyte, in case you were curious)
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By definition, there are 1000 gigabytes (GB) in 1 terabyte (TB) . The prefix giga- means billion, 10 9 , and tera- means trillion, 10 12 . There is another similar unit called the terabinary byte , or tebibyte . RAM sizes are based on powers of 2, due to binary addressing, so when RAM is b…ig enough to measure in the tebibytes, it will be equal to 1024 gibibytes . (MORE)
A terabyte is one trillion bytes (10 12 = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes) in current standard usage. 1 terabyte (TB) = 1,000 gigabytes (GB) = 1,000,000 megabytes (MB) (There is a similar unit, the terabinary byte, or "tebibyte", which is 2 40 or 1024 4 = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes. However, this unit… is never actually used, as hard drives are the only things that can hold this much, and they are always measured in powers of 10.) (MORE)
1024 terabytes equals 1 petabyte, 1024 petabytes equals 1 exabyte, 1024 exabytes equals 1 zetabyte, and 1024 zetabytes equals 1 yottabyte. Stay tuned...
A terabyte is a trillion (short scale) bytes, 10 12 bytes, or 1000 gigabytes. The four larger official prefixes are: petabyte = 10 15 bytes = 1000 terabytes exabyte = 10 18 bytes zettabyte = 10 21 bytes yottabyte = 10 24 bytes For values based on 1024 rather than 1000: tebibyt…e = 2 40 bytes = 1024 gibibytes ( giga-binary-bytes ) pebibyte = 2 50 bytes exbibyte = 2 60 bytes zebibyte = 2 70 bytes yobibyte = 2 80 bytes (MORE)
a terabyte is bigger it is equal to 1000 gigabytes and is equal to 1000000000000bytes (1 trillion)
After Tera (10 12) comes Peta so one Peta byte should be 10 15 . Exa byte would then be 10 18 . Zetta byte = 10 21 . Yotta byte = 10 23
8 Bits = 1 Byte . 1024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte . 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte . 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte . 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte . 1024 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte . 1024 Petabytes = 1 Exabyte - In 2000, 3 exabytes of information was created . 1024 Exabytes = 1 Zettabyte . 1024 Zettabyte = 1… Zottabyte . 1024 Zottabyte = 1 Brontobyte - that is a 1 followed by 27 zeroes all computing memory is in base 2 (MORE)
1 terabyte = 1,000,000 megabytes (used for hard drives, networking speeds, etc.) 1 tebibyte = 1,048,576 mebibytes (used for memory).
A Terabyte. . Here is a list of Bits and Bytes Â· 1 Bit = Binary Digit Â· 8 Bits = 1 Byte Â· 1024 Bytes = 1 Kilobyte Â· 1024 Kilobytes = 1 Megabyte Â· 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte Â· 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabyte Â· 1024 Terabytes = 1 Petabyte Â· 1024 Petabytes = 1 Ex…abyte - Â· 1024 Exabytes = 1 Zettabyte Â· 1024 Zettabytes = 1 Yottabyte Â· 1024 Yottabytes = 1 Brontobyte Â· 1024 Brontobytes = 1 Geopbyte (MORE)
According to the International System of Units: 1 terabyte (TB) = 1000 4 bytes (B) = 10 12 B = 1,000,000,000,000 B This is the definition used for hard drives, large data arrays, and other things this size. That is 1,000 times a gigabyte (GB) or 1,000,000 times a megabyte (MB), which is a milli…on million bytes. Among other things, a computer often uses one byte of space, in memory or on disk or tape, to represent one character (such as "c" or "&"). To think practically how much information a terabyte of disk space holds, let's assume we're storing text from magazine pages on a computer that does use one byte per character. At an average 5,000 characters per page, 1TB of disk space could hold 220 million pages of text! (When referring to computer memory, 1000 is be replaced by 1024. This is because 1024 is the nearest power of 2 to a thousand. 1024 is 2 10 . Memory does not exist in terabyte sizes, though, so "terabyte" always has the standard definition of 1,000,000,000,000 bytes.) (MORE)
1 TERABYTE = 1024 GIGABYTES 1 GIGABYTE = 250+ SONGS 1024 GIGABYTE= 250,000+ SONGS Depends on the bit-rate of the song, trust me, only a few peoplecan dedicate a TB to only music. It would last about 1 year non stop.
1 Byte = 8 Bits 1 KByte = 1024 Bytes 1 MByte = 1024 KBytes 1 GByte = 1024 MBytes 1 TByte = 1024 GBytes = 1024 x 1024 x 1024 x 1024 x 8 Bits = 8796093022208 Bits
1024 tebibytes (TiB) = 1 pebibyte (PiB) . 1000 terabytes (TB) = 1 petabyte (PB)
1000 terabytes is a petabyte .. There are competing scales, increased by 1000 or 1024 (binary, 2 10 ). A terabyte is a trillion (short scale) bytes, 10 12 bytes, or 1000 gigabytes, and the four larger official prefixes are: Petabyte = 10 15 bytes Exabyte = 10 18 bytes Zettabyte = 10 21 …bytes Yottabyte = 10 24 bytes For values based on 1024 rather than 1000: Tebibyte = 2 40 bytes = 1024 gibibytes ( giga-binary-bytes ) Pebibyte = 2 50 bytes Exbibyte = 2 60 bytes Zebibyte = 2 70 bytes Yobibyte = 2 80 bytes (MORE)
As amazing as it seems a normal 250GB hard drive seems to fill up quick when it comes to saving movies. This is when a terabyte hard drive comes in handy.
http://www.answers.com/topic/hitachi-6310 introduced the world's first one terabyte hard drive in 2007. http://www.answers.com/topic/hitachi-6310 introduced the world's first one terabyte hard drive in 2007
Terabyte is bigger. A Gigabyte is a billion (milliard to our UK friends) bytes. A Terabyte is a thousand of those, a million million bytes. I hope this answers your question.
Both. . In metric terminology, the various major prefixes denote multiples of 1,000, so that: 1 terabyte = 1,000 gigabyte = 1,000,000 megabyte = ... = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes . Words above "million" have different meanings depending on which country you're in. There is the "short scale" where… each word is 1,000 times the previous, and the "long scale", where each word is 1,000,000 times the previous. So in short scale (most English-speaking countries), a terabyte would be written out as "1 trillion bytes". In long scale (many other countries), it would be written out as "1 billion bytes". . The reason we use standard prefixes like "tera-" instead of "billion" is so that the meaning is unambiguous in any language.. (Although kilobyte and megabyte are sometimes used incorrectly to refer to multiples of 1024, terabyte never is. Terabyte always means 1,000,000,000,000 bytes.) (MORE)
If you're asking about the next prefix, it's peta.\n. \nNow the actual conversion between terabytes and petabytes depends on what system you're using:\n. \nThe SI standard says that 1024 terabytes would be equal to 1.024 petabytes.\n. \nThe generally used (though technically incorrect) values in …computing says that 1024 terabytes would be equal to 1.000 petabytes. (MORE)
1 TB = 1 x 1024 GB = 1 x 1024 x 1024 MB = 1048576 MB
3000 TB = 3000 x 1024 GB = 3000 x 1024 x 1024 MB = 3145728000 MB
They are the number of bytes respectively for a computer's memory. Giga is larger than mega and kila bytes while tera is bigger than giga.
I hope I give you a clean answer: From small to large. 1 Kilobyte is 1024 bytes. 1 Megabyte is 1024 kilobytes. 1 Gigiabyte is 1024 megabyte. 1 Terabyte is 1024 Gigabyte.
There are 1000 gigabytes in one terabyte Therefore 512mb is 512/1000 of a gigabyte, or 51.2% of a terabyte. To understand the significance of the question you might need to understand why 512MB is relevant. It is relevant because digital computing relies on the binary number system.
No such thing. The next unit up from terabyte is a petabyte, which is 1,000 terabytes.
1024GB huh? . Using the traditional binary interpretation, a terabyte would be 1099511627776bytes = 1024 4 = 2 40 bytes = 1 tebibyte (TiB).
1024 megabyte = 1 gigabyte 1024 gigabyte = 1 terabyte . A terabyte is MUCH bigger than a megabyte. Here is a break down of the sizes: . Terabyte = 1024 Gigabytes . Gigabyte = 1024 Megabytes . Megabyte = 1024 Kilobytes . Kilobyte = 1024 Bytes . Byte = 8 Bits . Nibble = 4 Bits
Terabyte, coined in 1982, combined tera- + byte. Tera- is a prefix coined in 1947 to indicate large units of measure, taken from the Greek word teras meaning "marvel, monster".
I believe (guess) that an average DVD can be anywhere between 700MB - 1,100MB. Therefore anywhere between 1,500 to 909.
English obviously isn't your first language. If you mean "Which is more, a megabyte or a terrabyte?" then the answer is a terrabyte. There are 1024 Bytes in a Kilobyte, 1024 Kilobytes in a Megabyte, 1024 Megabytes in a Gigabyte, and 1024 Gigabytes in a Terrabyte.
the difference is the number of bits that are present. ie. terabyte is 1000 times bigger than gigabyte.
There are 1000 terabytes (TB) in a petabyte (PB). There is an older definition based on multiples of 1024 instead of 1000, but this was changed, and tebibytes and pebibyte are the ones based on multiples of 1024. Computer Manufactures consider it being 1000. But the OS will say 1024 (due to the b…inary numbering). Here is the memory ladder according to computer manufactures . 8 bits= 1 Byte . 1000 bytes= 1 Kilobyte . 1000 Kilobytes= 1 Megabyte . 1000 Megabytes= 1 Gigabyte . 1000 Gigabytes= 1 Terabyte . 1000 Terabytes= 1 Petabyte . 1000 Petabytes= 1 Exabyte . 1000 Exabytes= 1 Zettabyte . 1000 Zettabytes= 1 Yottabyte Here it is according to binary prefix and the older numbering system: . 8 bits= 1 Byte . 1024 bytes= 1 Kilobyte . 1024 Kilobytes= 1 Megabyte (1 048 576 bytes) . 1024 Megabytes= 1 Gigabyte (1 073 741 824 bytes) . 1024 Gigabytes= 1 Terabyte . 1024 Terabytes= 1 Petabyte . 1024 Petabytes= 1 Exabyte . 1024 Exabytes= 1 Zettabyte . 1024 Zettabytes= 1 Yottabyte (MORE)
No. There is no limitation on size. A Googalplex of byte storage is 1 byte with a hundred zeros after it, and this is thought to be a minimalistic quantity in futuristic technology. Who knows, if any, what the limitations will be.
These are size references regarding data within a computer system. This could be data stored, sent, or received within the computer. A bit is the smallest unit and goes up from there. 1 byte could be a character. The letter "a" for example. . 8 bits (represented with a lowercase b) = 1 byte (repr…esented with an uppercase B) . 1024 bytes = 1 Megabyte (MB) . 1024 Megabytes = 1 Gigabyte (GB) . 1024 Gigabytes = 1 Terabytes (TB) and so on. Why 1024 and not 1000? Because of the binary math is the simplest answer, so two to the tenth power (2^10). (MORE)
Internet isn't any specifiq space. Its a system that connectscomputers to computers. Each website is a computer(in a very basicway, usually its server). So what you are doing is accessingsomeones computer when you are visiting a website. Its increasingeveryday. If i were to estimate a size of total …connected computerssize, it would be in terabytes. It would be more than 1 billoionterabytes, 1 Zettabyte and growing. My computer itself has 3terabyte harddisk space intotal. (MORE)
These are two difference measurements. One is a measurement of storage capacity, and one is a measurement of speed. This is akin to asking how many gallons are in 1 mile per hour.
if your not joking 1000/4.7 (or the size of your DVD) if 4.7 DVD then it will be 213 DVD's
Short answer: about 250,000 songs if each song is 4MB in size. Long answer: Two factors are important when figuring how many songs fit in a certain amount of space: the average size of each song, and how large a terabyte is. In my music collection, I have 21,642 music files requiring about 120…MB. This works out to an average of 5.5MB per song. So the average size of each song in my collection is 5.5MB. A terabyte works out to either 1,000,000MB (according to hard drive manufacturers) or 1,048,576MB (according to everyone else). Divide the appropriate number by the average size, and you have your result. Respectively, it'll either be 180,000 songs or 190,000 songs for my own collection. Your mileage will vary. (MORE)
I don't know about 5 but adter tb come petabyte, yottabyte, zettabyte and exabyte :)
Terr (as in the first part of the word terrible) A (as in the first part of the word anger) Byte (as in the word bite) ( ter-a-byte )
There are 1000000000000 bytes in 1 terabyte, so there are 12 zeros in a terabyte. This answer uses the modern convention where large number prefixes are implied to be based on powers of ten, rather than on powers of 2.
Here is the conversion for you because I don't fully understand the question. 8bits=1 byte, 1024 bytes=1 kilobyte, 1024 kilobyte=1 megabyte, 1024 megabytes=1 gigabyte, 1024 gigabytes=1 terabyte, and 1024 terabytes=1 petabyte. So 1024*1024=1048576 megabytes=1 terabyte making 3 megabytes=.000002861022…94921875 terabytes. (MORE)
If these prefixes follow the metric prefixes, and it's peta byte rather than petra-. then peta- means 10^15 while tera- means 10^12, so the factor is 1000. This means there are 1000 terabytes (TB) in a petabyte (PB). But some schools of thought assign 1024 as the factor, rather than 1000. It depe…nds on whether you're talking about storage (hard drive, USB stick capacity), or RAM (onboard memory for temporary storage. Usually in the RAM, the 1024 factor is used, while in storage, the factor of 1000 is used. See related links below . (MORE)
There are a billion (10 9 ) terabytes in a zettabyte. One terabyte is 10 12 bytes and one zettabyte is 10 21 bytes. SI prefixes and their values: 10 3 bytes = 1 kilobyte 10 6 bytes = 1 megabyte 10 9 bytes = 1 gigabyte 10 12 bytes = 1 terabyte 10 15 bytes = 1 petabyte 10 18 bytes = 1 exaby…te 10 21 bytes = 1 zettabyte 10 24 bytes = 1 yottabyte (MORE)
The standard 'unit' for computer memory size is 1024; 1024 bits in a byte, 1024 megabytes in a gigabyte, and 1024 gigabytes in a terabyte.
A terabyte is 2 steps bigger than a megabyte. It is used to measure stuff and is an metric measurement. A terabyte would be used as something bigger than needed for a megabyte.
They are all different types of units of memory or data, a megabyte is 1024 kilobytes, a gigabyte is 1024 megabytes and a terabyte is 1024 gigabytes. This means there are 1073741824 kilobytes in a terabyte ;-) .
Megabyte is million and terabyte is trillion. There are three million megabytes (3,000,000,000,000 bytes) in three terabytes. Of course, there always is the debate about if the base measurement of 1000 vs 1024 bytes, but that can be the topic of another question.
Slightly more - about 10% more. The prefix "Tera", when used for data storage, is often not defined as exactly 1000 4 , but rather it is rounded to 1024 4 . ("Rounded", because 1024 is a power of 2.)
There are 8 bits in a byte. A terabyte is made up of one millionmillion bytes.