2 40 (1,099,511,627,776) bytes; 1024 gigabytes.
(loosely) 10 12 or one trillion (1,000,000,000,000) bytes; 1000 gigabytes. Symbol: TB, TByte.
(computing) 1012 or 240 bytes
A unit of computer memory or data storage capacity equal to 1,024 gigabytes (240 bytes).
One trillion bytes. See Note at megabyte.
(TB) 2^40 = 1,099,511,627,776 bytes = 1024 gigabytes or roughly 10^12 bytes.
(Note the spelling – one ‘r’). See prefix.
noun 1. (computing) a measure of processing speed, consisting of a thousand billion floating-point operations a second teraflop (těr’ə-flŏp’) A measure of computing speed equal to one trillion floating-point operations per second. unit 10^12 flops. Intel beat Hitachi to the record of 1.06 teraflops, on 04 Dec 1996, unofficially in Beverton, Oregon, using 7264 Pentium […]
- Teraflop club
body /te’r*-flop kluhb/ (From tera- and flops) A mythical association of people who consume outrageous amounts of computer time in order to produce a few simple pictures of glass balls with intricate ray-tracing techniques. Caltech professor James Kajiya is said to have been the founder. [Jargon File] (1997-07-21)
noun 1. a measure of computer speed, equal to one trillion floating-point operations per second. teraflop (těr’ə-flŏp’) A measure of computing speed equal to one trillion floating-point operations per second.
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