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Seagate Is the First Company to Ship 3 Zettabytes of Hard Drive Storage – PCMag AU

We’re going to need to store 175 zettabytes per year by 2025.



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If you need proof that demand for data storage is accelerating, look no further than Seagate, which has become the first company to ship 3 zettabytes of hard drive storage capacity.
The rate at which the company went from shipping one zettabyte to the next is quite simply staggering. It took Seagate 36 years to ship its first zettabyte of capacity, which happened in March 2015. Four years later and the next zettabyte had shipped, and then last month, just…

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