"The storage system that the team at IBM has constructed is many times the size of most existing storage systems – its capacity is a whopping 120 petabytes. That is 120 million gigabytes of storage. Technology Review reports that the storage depository would be large enough to hold about a trillion files. To reach that capacity, the storage system uses 200,000 conventional HDDs that are working together."
Sunday, August 28, 2011
DailyTech - IBM Builds 120 Petabyte Storage Array: