The generic concept of data-mass storage, not specific to any vendor or system architecture.

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We think we’re doing the smart thing by choosing to save what we’re saving, but we can’t be sure. In 2010, the CERN Data Centre passed an enormous data milestone: 10 Petabytes of data. By the end of 2013, they had passed 100 Petabytes of data; in 2017, they passed the 200 Petabyte milestone. Yet for all of it, we know that we’ve thrown away — or failed to record — about 30,000 times that amount.