Definition of exabyte in English:

exabyte

(also EB)

noun

Computing
  • A unit of information equal to one quintillion (10¹⁸) or, strictly, 2⁶⁰ bytes.

    • ‘Second, a 5 exabyte store would roughly be eight thousand times too small to store " all words ever spoken by human beings ", at least in audio form.’
    • ‘IBM, for example, states that there is one exabyte - [ 10.sup.18 ] bytes - of online data worldwide.’
    • ‘The internet currently handles one exabyte of data every hour.’
    • ‘To put this into context, one exabyte is the equivalent of one followed by 18 zeros of bytes.’
    • ‘Total petabytes increased 58 per cent year-over-year to 505 petabytes or half an exabyte.’

Pronunciation

exabyte

/ˈɛksəˌbʌɪt/