It took humankind until 2011 to generate 1 ZB of data. We predict that figure to reach almost 75,000 ZB by 2040.
To understand the scale of the opportunity in data, it is important to begin by understanding the fundamentals of data and how it is stored. Part 1 walks through the history of data generation from the Ishango Bone found in Uganda to the first electronic computer launched in 1943, to the mobile phone.
Subscribe below to download The Holon Data Report Part 1: A history of data creation – journey to 1 zettabyte (1910-2011), by Holon Advisor Tim Davies.
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