brontobyte


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brontobyte

(ˈbrɒntəʊˌbaɪt)
n
(Units) computing not standard 1027 or 290 bytes
[C21: probably from brontosaurus]
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For example, it says a brontobyte, "the size of the digital universe tomorrow," equates to 1,000 yottabytes (1 quadrillion gigabytes).
Available in two pre-configured options-the two-node R8000 and four-node R8100-the Cloud Series can expand out to 72 brontobytes.