What is terabyte explain in detail?

Terabyte

A terabyte is a unit of data or PC stockpiling equivalent to roughly one trillion bytes. It is ordinarily abridged as TB. One Terabyte (TB) = 2^40 bytes = 1024 gigabytes

Note (1) After terabytes, the tallying doesn't stop there. It proceeds in following ways

1. One Petabyte (PB) = 2^50 bytes = 1024 Terabytes

2. One Exabyte (EB) = 2^60 bytes = 1024 Petabytes

3. One Zettabyte (ZB) = 2^70 bytes = 1024 Exabytes

4. One Yottabyte (YB) = 2^80 bytes = 1024 Zettabytes

Unit Size Description

Bit-One twofold digit - Stores either a paired 0 or 1

Byte-Eight bits-One character

Word-16 to 64 bits-One character

Kilobyte (KB)- 1 thousand bytes-About one page of twofold dispersed content

Megabyte (MB)- 1 million bytes-About the extent of a short book

Gigabyte (GB)- 1 billion bytes-1000 short books

Terabyte (TB)- 1 trillion bytes-A whole library

Petabyte (PB)- 1 quadrillion bytes-Just pretty much every one of the libraries in the US

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