Headquartered in Anchorage, Quintillion
is bringing lower-cost, high-speed broadband service options to rural Alaska on a wholesale basis.
Jeffrey Bergen, a professor of mathematics at Chicago's DePaul University, told The New York Times the odds of choosing all game winners are more than the number nine quintillion
, or the number nine followed by 18 zeros, to one.
Three hundred and forty undecillion, two hundred and eighty-two decillion, three hundred and sixty-six nonillion, nine hundred and twenty octillion, nine hundred and thirty-eight septillion, four hundred and sixty-three sextillion, four hundred and sixty-three quintillion
, three hundred and seventy-four quadrillion, six hundred and seven trillion, four hundred and thirty-one billion, seven hundred and sixty-eight million, two hundred and eleven thousand, four hundred and fifty-six.
bytes of data are created every day from a variety of sources including sensors, social media, and billions of mobile devices around the world, making it difficult for businesses to navigate and analyze it to improve competitiveness, efficiency, and profitability.
Highlighting what is an exaFLOP, Computer scientists measure a supercomputer's performance in FLOPS, an acronym for FLoating Point Operations per Second, while "exa" is a metric prefix which stands for quintillion
(or a billion billion).
bytes of data a day--so much that 90 percent of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone, according to IBM.
The prince agreed - but soon learned that to keep his end of the bargain he would need more than 18 quintillion
grains of rice, or roughly 500 times as much rice as the entire planet currently produces in a year.
There are exactly 43,252,003,274,489,856,000 permutations, approximately forty-three quintillion
As I write, inflation in Zimbabwe has reached an unimaginable (if not unpronounceable) level of more than 500 quintillion
According to market research firm IDC, the amount of digitized information stored in 2007 reached 281 exabytes, or 281 quintillion
bytes, "due to the explosion of digital cameras, digital TVs, surveillance cameras, and social networks.
That's a mere one quintillion
calculations per second for those who like nice round numbers.
Doubling the number of grains of rice on each subsequent square of the chessboard led to big trouble for the emperor, because the 64th square required 264, or more than 18 quintillion
, grains of rice.