7.9 zettabytes

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7.9 zettabytes
There’s no denying that the digital universe has
experienced unprecedented growth. Here’s a look
at some of the factors fueling this explosion and
what the next five years may hold in store.
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33 million books & print materials
12.5 million photographs
3 million recordings
6 million pieces of sheet music
64.5 million manuscripts
5.4 million maps
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An estimated 208 terabytes digitized
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+ 254 terabyte Web archive
UP TO
OF DIGITAL DATA
IN 2011
1.8
ZETTABYTES
OF DATA WILL BE CREATED & REPLICATED
EXPECTED TO INCREASE TO
7.9 ZETTABYTES
BY 2015
THE EQUIVALENT OF
18
MILLION
LIBRARIES OF CONGRESS
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WHAT’S CONTRIBUTING TO THIS EXPLOSION?
A plethora of new, Internet-enabled digital devices
are a major force. Every device that comes online
creates more data moving across networks.
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GLOBAL COMPOUND ANNUAL GROWTH RATE FOR DEVICES 2010-2015
13%
26%
82%
75%
2%
37%
PC
MOBILE
OTHER
While PCs are still a mainstay, mobile devices
are rapidly outpacing them. Other connected devices
such as televisions and Blu-ray players will continue
to add to the data stream as rapidly as they are adopted.
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GLOBAL COMBINED ANNUAL GROWTH RATE BY FILE TYPE 2010-2015
29%
48%
DATA
VIDEO
23%
FILE SHARING
Video is the fastest growing file type and is expected to account
for 50% of all consumer Internet traffic by the end of 2012.
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MAJOR MILESTONES
2011
2014
2015
By the end
of the year,
there will be more
networked devices
than people
on earth.
One-fifth of
Internet video
traffic will come from
TVs, handsets, and
other non-PC devices.
Internet traffic
from wireless
devices will surpass
the volume of
traffic from
wired devices.
The majority of big data contributors originate in North America
and Europe. As other global regions come online more fully,
data generation is expected to increase exponentially.
INFORMATION LOAD
It’s easy to see that individuals are increasingly
generating vast amounts of digital content from
photos and video to tweets and documents.
What’s less obvious is the growth of “shadow data,”
such as account access journals and web search histories,
that‘s constantly generated around user activity.
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Annual user-generated data
322 GB
335 GB
Annual shadow data
1,000
315 TB
327 TB
1,000,000
307 PB
GB = Gigabyte (1,000 MB)
TB = Terabyte (1,000 GB)
320 PB
PB = Petabyte (1,000,000 GB)
By 2015, nearly 3 billion people will be online
and adding to this ever-increasing mountain of data.
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1.02 billion
2.7 billion
2005
2010
2015
RESOURCE NEEDS
10
Even as IT costs are dropping, capital expenditures are rising.
TOTAL
INVESTMENT
COST PER GB
1/6
INCREASED
OF WHAT IT WAS IN
50%
2005
SINCE
2005
BY 2015, RESOURCE GROWTH
WILL BE EXPAND BY THESE FACTORS
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x10
Increase in number of servers (physical & virtual) worldwide
x50
Increase in information managed by enterprise data centers
x75
Increase in volume of data moving through data centers
x1.5
Increase in number of skilled IT professionals in the workforce
Although over 70% of the digital universe is created, captured or replicated
by individuals — consumers and desk and information workers toiling far away from
the data center — enterprises have responsibility or liability for 85%.
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MAINTAIN
CREATE
INDIVIDUAL
ENTERPRISE
ALL DIGITAL DATA
The challenges of Big Data are enormous—but so are the opportunities.
Hidden within all these zettabytes are the keys to:
SMARTER, FASTER DECISIONS
HAPPIER CUSTOMERS
MORE PRODUCTIVE EMPLOYEES
NEW PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
THE FUTURE OF YOUR BUSINESS
SOURCES
1 2 Library of Congress - http://www.loc.gov/about/facts.html
3 http://www.loc.gov/webarchiving/faq.html#faqs_05
4 7.9 zettabytes = 8482560409.6 terabytes divided by 462 terabytes = 18360520.3670996 (rounded to 18,000,000)
5 6 Cisco Visual Networking Index: Forecast and Methodology, 2010–2015, June 2011
7 Cisco Entering the Zettabyte Era, June 2011
8 McKinsey Global Institute Big Data: The next frontier for innovation, competition, and productivity, June 2011
9 IDC http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=prUS23028711
10 11 12 EMC / IDC Extracting Value from Chaos, June 2011
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