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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Equal to: 1, 000 bytes or 1024, dependent upon context, Example to help visualize: 1 Kilobyte would be equal to one paragraph, whereas 100 Kilobytes would equal an entire page. Data Storage:How Much is That? The byte is simply a unit of digital information that consists of eight bits. In this info-graphic you will find out how big are the bytes and some examples to compare them to. Megabyte Kilobyte Equal to: 1,000,000 bytes in the International System of Units. Therefore, one megabyte is one million bytes of information.Example to help visualize: 2 megabytes can equal to a high resolution JPEG picture. Gigabyte Tetrabyte Petabyte Exabyte Zettabyte Yottabyte Brontobyte Geopbyte Equal to: 1 billion bytes. Best known for its award-winning motherboards.Example to help visualize: 1 Gigabyte could hold the contents of about 10 yards of books on a shelf Equal to: 1 trillion bytes. Example to help visualize: 213 standard DVD's Sources: Equal to: 1 quatrillion bytes. Example to help visualize: 1 Pentabyte: 20 million 4-drawer filing cabinets filled with text. Equal to: 1 quintillion bytes. Example to help visualize: 5 Exabytes: All words ever spoken by human beings. By: Raquel Garza, P4 Equal to: 1 sextillion bytes.Example to help visualize: A zettabyte is equivalent to about 250 billion DVDs. Equal to: 1 septillion bytes. Example to help visualize: A yottabyte could be the entire internet Equal to: 1 octillion bytes. Example to help visualize: All books ever written. Equal to: 1 nonillion bytes.Example to help visualize: 5 million times the library of congress.
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