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How Much Data Does Google Use?
Given its ubiquity, it's not surprising that search engine giant Google arouses a huge amount of curiosity. Equally unsurprisingly, Google likes to keep a firm lid on specific statistics concerning its business, partly to maintain an air of mystique and partly to prevent competitors gaining an edge. Nevertheless the questions remain, and one that particularly piques the interest is this: just how much data does Google process every day?

Some figures from the BigTable

Some of the most reliable figures gleaned so far concern Google's distributed storage system BigTable. They show the Google search crawler handles 850 TB of data raw from the web, while Google Analytics uses 220. Google Earth uses 70.5 TB for both its map imagery and index data, and Personalized Search uses 4 TB. Orkut uses 9TB of data and Google Base uses 2TB. Norton setup
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