Non-profit digital library and creator of the WayBack Machine, the Internet Archive, is attempting to raise enough funds to buy 4 petabytes of storage before the year’s end. So far, the archive has only brought in 25% of its total goal, or one petabyte of storage. As of October 2012, the Internet Archive maintained approximately 10 petabytes of material, and if the service continues at its rate of storing ~190 terabytes per month, it will be able to continue storing data for a little under two more years (5.4 months = ~ 1 petabyte).
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