A Decade From Now One Movie Could Require 1 Exabyte of Data

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With ever-increasing resolutions, a new Digital Storage report from Coughlin Associates has found that a single movie could require up to 1 Exabyte of storage in 10 years time.

As the report indicates, "Several petabytes of storage may be required for a complete stereoscopic digital movie project at 4K resolution, and there is some production work as high as 8K.  By the next decade total video captured for a high end digital production could be hundreds of PB, approaching 1 Exabyte."

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