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A petabyte, or 2 to the 50th power of a byte, is a unit of measurement for memory or data storage. A petabyte, which is equal to one million gigabytes, has 1,024 terabytes (TB), while one exabyte has roughly 1,024 PB.
Traditional data backups, which must scan the entire system each time a data backup or archiving activity occurs, are not appropriate for petabytes. Although traditional network-attached storage (NAS) can handle petabytes of data and is expandable, it might be resource-intensive to traverse the system’s ordered storage index.
Nowadays, it’s usual to find individual corporations and even single storage systems with more than a petabyte of storage capacity due to the continuing, rapid development in data storage capacity requirements.
The Global Petabyte Storage high-capacity storage system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
When EMC launched the first storage array capable of holding a whole petabyte of data, easily the largest array that EMC builds, it outperformed its competitors.
Following strong financial results, EMC made a number of announcements in London, one of which was the enormous nine-cabinet Symmetrix DMX-3.
A new low-cost version of the DMX-3 Symmetrix, the company’s first IP storage device, the EMC Multi-Path File System for iSCSI, as well as new solutions for storage virtualization were all released by the company.
The company’s latest standard array, the Symmetrix DMX-3, ranges from a low-end petabyte system to a high-end system that is at least low by EMC’s standards. Each one has a brand-new 500GB drive, therefore 2,400 drives must be combined to get a petabyte of total storage.
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