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What is the largest unit of storage in a computer?

What is a Geopbyte?

One geopbyte is equal to 1030 bytes or a thousand brontobytes. 

What is a Brontobyte?

One brontobyte is equal to one quadrillion terabytes. And a brontobyte is smaller than a geopbyte. A thousand brontobytes equal to one geopbyte. And there are one thousand yottabytes in a brontobyte.

What is a Yottabyte?

One yottabyte is equal to 10008 bytes or 1024 bytes. That also means one septillion bytes. It is equivalent to 1,000 zettabytes or one trillion terabytes as well. 

Also, remember that yottabytes are used in decimal; yobibytes are used in binary. The unit symbol of yottabyte is YB; the unit symbol of Yobibyte is YiB.

What is a Zettabyte?

There are 10007 bytes or 1,000 exabytes in a zettabyte in decimal system. Also, we can say that one zettabyte is 10247 in binary. The unit symbol of Zettabyte is ZB; the unit symbol of Zebibyte is ZiB.

What is an Exabyte?

One exabyte is equivalent to one quintillion bytes or 1,000 petabytes. That also means 10006 bytes in decimal and 10246 bytes in binary. The unit symbol of Exabyte is EB.

What is a Petabyte?

A petabyte is a unit of digital information equals one thousand million million bytes. 1 petabyte is also equivalent to 1,000 terabytes or 1015 bytes. That also means 10005 bytes or 10002 gigabytes in decimal system. The unit symbol of Petabyte is PB. 

Gigabyte is one of the most used units of digital information. Petabytes are one million times bigger than gigabytes. 1 PB is 1,000,000 GB in decimal and 1 PB is 1,048,576 GB in binary.

A terabyte is another digital information measurement unit and it is one thousand times bigger than a gigabyte. That means 1012 bytes. On the other hand, 1 PB is 1,000 TB in decimal and 1 PB is 1,024 TB in binary. As you can see, a petabyte is one thousand times bigger than a Terabyte.


You can use our online tool to convert Petabytes to Gigabytes or Petabytes to Terabytes.

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