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Actually, isn't the Utah Data Center supposed to be able to store (and, one presumes, retrieve) data on the scale of yottabytes? Unless I'm getting my exas, zettas and yottas confused, that would seem to do the trick for atleastic's application, whatever it is. (Whether the Utah Data Center is itself a good idea is a completely different discussion.)


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