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Apple Orders 12PB of Capacity For iTunes

Apple Orders 12PB of Capacity For iTunes

Posted April 6, 2011 at 1:27pm by iClarified
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Apple has reportedly ordered 12PB of capacity from Isilon Systems to manage the video download of its customers using iTunes, according to a StorageNewsletter's source inside EMC.

It's probably the largest of its 1,500 customers recorded at the end of December, including 20% in Europe. On April 11, Isilon will launch a new line of hardware and software. But IBM has not respected the embargo and has revealed the enhanced Isilon OneFS 6.5 operating system - integrated with Tivoli Storage Manager - on its web site.

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GT
GT - April 6, 2011 at 5:54pm
12 petabytes = 12,582,912 gigabytes
Jockek
Jockek - April 7, 2011 at 9:03am
If one hdd of 1 GB is approx 4 cm high. That would be a tower of 503.31 km!!!
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