Zettabyte (Italian Wikipedia)

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archive.orgweb.archive.org↓ (3)325
catb.orgcatb.org↓ (2)218433056
dipionline.itdipionline.it↓ (1)1low869
computerhistory.orgcomputerhistory.org↓ (1)112431157
ibm.comibm.com↓ (1)1368684
computerworld.comcomputerworld.com↓ (1)112272434




  • 9. (EN) Eric Lai, The '640K' quote won't go away -- but did Gates really say it?, su computerworld.com, Computerworld.
    «Here's the legend: at a computer trade show in 1981, Bill Gates supposedly uttered this statement, in defense of the just-introduced IBM PC's 640KB usable RAM limit: "640K ought to be enough for anybody."»



  • 8. (EN) IBM Archives: IBM 350 disk storage unit, su ibm.com, 23 gennaio 2003. URL consultato il 21 settembre 2023.
    «The 350 Disk Storage Unit consisted of the magnetic disk memory unit with its access mechanism, the electronic and pneumatic controls for the access mechanism, and a small air compressor. Assembled with covers, the 350 was 60 inches long, 68 inches high and 29 inches deep. It was configured with 50 magnetic disks containing 50,000 sectors, each of which held 100 alphanumeric characters, for a capacity of 5 million characters.»


  • 3. R.W. Bemer and W. Buchholz, 6, Character Set (PDF), su Werner Buchholz (a cura di), Planning a Computer System - Project Stretch, archive.computerhistory.org, 1962. URL consultato il 17 settembre 2010 (archiviato dall'url originale il 3 aprile 2017).
  • 6. Werner Buchholz, TIMELINE OF THE IBM STRETCH/HARVEST ERA (1956–1961) (TXT), su archive.computerhistory.org, computerhistory.org, luglio 1956. URL consultato il 19 gennaio 2011 (archiviato dall'url originale il 29 aprile 2016).
  • 10. When is a kilobyte a kibibyte? And an MB an MiB?, su iec.ch (archiviato dall'url originale il 29 maggio 2010).

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