A throwback to the late 90s when CBL had ads running in a popular national print magazine about tech “The Computer Paper”.
The first-ever image of a black hole was captured by the Event Horizon Telescope team in 2019. It required a lot of observation data and processing. Researchers have now produced a finer image using even more data from a new source: models generated using machine-learning.
Gigabytes…Terabytes…Petabytes…Zettabytes… Naming units of computer memory follows a standard system of prefixes but after a certain range gets a bit informal. The common and even very large volumes we see in our digital landscape were covered for years. Until now. For the first time in 31 years the International System of Units (SI) has been expanded to include two more prefixes.
CBL can recover data from the most frightening situations but what goes into making your data come alive again isn’t the work of mad scientists in the laboratory. Check out our fun Halloween video.
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