Tuesday, May 22, 2012

The Internet In 2015 Is The Down Of The Zettabyte Era [Infographic]

Today we live in a world of petabytes and exabytes but according to the latest findings from the Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI), we’ll need to add the term “zettabyte” to our vocabulary by 2015.

So, how much exactly is a zettabyte?

A zettabyte is roughly 1000 exabytes. To place that amount of volume in more practical terms, an exabyte alone has the capacity to hold over 36,000 years worth of HD quality video…or stream the entire Netflix catalog more than 3,000 times. A zettabyte is equivalent to about 250 billion DVDs.

The infographic below is an excellent representation of how much internet will grow in 2015?

The credit goes to Cisco who compiled these excellent stats into an amazing infographic.

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1 comments :

Anonymous said...

Well, if you´re retarded or have DOWN Syndrome, that may be the case. On the other hand, there's also the huge probability that you´re trying to use the work DAWN.
FFS!