As America dreams on an on about how much they can fill up their hard drives, what comes after Yottabyte?
Answer by bigred746 · Jun 05, 2010 at 10:52 PM
zetabyte comes be for yottabyte and there is nothing after yottabyte
As of 2010, no system has yet achieved one yottabyte of storage. In fact, the combined space of all the computer hard drives in the entire world does not amount to even one yottabyte.
According to one study, all the world's computers stored approximately 160 exabytes in 2006.
As of 2009 the entire internet was estimated to contain close to 500 exabytes.
Answer by Daysling · Dec 06, 2011 at 03:06 PM
According to what i have read it goes: Bit = 1 Binary Digit Byte = 8 Bit Kilobyte = 1024 Byte Megabyte = 1024 Kilobyte Gigabyte = 1024 Megabyte Terabyte = 1024 Gigabyte Petabyte = 1024 Terabyte Exabyte = 1024 Petabyte Zettabyte = 1024 Exabyte Yottabyte = 1024 Zettabyte Brontobyte = 1024 Yottabyte Geopbyte = 1024 Brontobyte Saganbyte = 1024 Geopbyte Alphabyte = 1024 Saganbyte Kryatbyte = 1024 Alphabyte Amosbyte = 1024 Kryatbyte Pectrolbyte = 1024 Kryatbyt Bolgerbyte = 1024 Pectrolbyte Sambobyte = 1024 Bolgerbyte Quesabyte = 1024 Sambobyte Kinsabyte = 1024 Quesabyte Rutherbyte = 1024 Kinsabyte Dubnibyte = 1024 Rutherbyte Seaborgbyte = 1024 Dubnibyte Bohrbyte = 1024 Seaborgbyte Hassiubyte = 1024 Bohrbyte Meitnerbyte = 1024 Hassiubyte Darmstadbyte = 1024 Meitnerbyte Roentbyte = 1024 Darmstadbyte Coperbyte = 1024 Roentbyte
So the question is what comes after Coperbyte.
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