Star Wars: The Data Wars

A long time ago in a galaxy far far away technology was leaps and bounds ahead of what we would know even in the 21st Century. Lightsabers, spaceships that travel at light speed, holograms, robotic droids, the list can go on and on. One thing that our humble little planet has in common with the Star Wars Universe is data storage. This infographic examines the data storage technology used in Star Wars and includes information on how it was used, what it was used for and where it fits in the Star Wars story. From 1976 until today and beyond, the Star Wars franchise continues to exercise our imaginations and keep us asking; Will we one day have this technology?



Star Wars: The Data Wars Infographic

How Big Would All the Data In the World Be?

Big. 10 Trillion (with a 'T') gigabytes of data are generated each year, with eight years of video uploaded to just YouTube every day.  Moving that data are millions of routers and switches, and PC Wholesale has the world's largest selection of Cisco memory, networking transceivers and fiber patch cables, to power the machines which help push that data worldwide.  

How Big Would All The Data in the World Be?


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How Big Would All The Data In The World Be - An infographic by the team at PC Wholesale

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