You may not have the foggiest idea about this, yet attractive tape has been the capacity mode for server farms since 1952. Its strength, life span, energy productivity, thickness, ease, and adaptability have made it difficult to beat throughout the long term and now IBM and Fujifilm have collaborated to make it shockingly better.
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A huge measure of information
"At present, we produce 2.5 quintillion bytes of information consistently, mostly because of the ceaseless ascent of the Internet of Things (IoT), the development of top quality 4K/8K recordings, and AI-based enormous information investigations. At the rate we're going, overall information is relied upon to hit 175 zettabytes by 2025, speaking to 61 per cent yearly development. One ZB is comparable to a trillion gigabytes (GB) — the most recent cellphones have 256 GB," peruses the IBM official statement.
"The one technology can handle that the massive growth of digital data keep it protected from cybercrime attacks, and is archiving data for some of the largest hyper-scale data centres in the world is a technology more than 60 years old — magnetic tape."