Google processes over 20 petabytes of data per day

Twenty petabytes (20,000 terabytes) per day is a tremendous amount of data processing and a key contributor to Google's continued market dominance. Competing search storage and processing systems at Microsoft (Dyrad) and Yahoo! (Hadoop) are still playing catch-up to Google's suite of GFS, MapReduce, and BigTable.

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VigorousApathy3939d ago

And Data from Star Trek can only perform 60 trillion calculations per second. Oh how far we've come since 2336.

Poisen3939d ago

Haha. But seriously, that is a lot of info.