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International Journal of Sensor Networks and Data Communications

ISSN: 2090-4886

Open Access

Future of Data Storage- DNA Data Storage

Abstract

Anchal Bhamore

We as humans are producing a lot more data than we can store today. If we want to put a dent on a problem, we need a radical solution to it. Each miniature in 2018, Google conducted 3.88 million looks, and individuals observed 4.33 million recordings on YouTube, sent 159,362,760 e-mails, tweeted 473,000 times and posted 49,000 photographs on Instagram, agreeing to program company Domo. By 2020 an assessed 1.7 megabytes of information will be made per moment per individual all-inclusive, which deciphers to around 418 zettabytes in a single year (418 billion one-terabyte difficult drive’s worth of data), expecting a world populace of 7.8 billion. The attractive or optical data-storage frameworks that right now hold this volume of zeros and ones ordinarily cannot last for more than a century. Additionally, running information centers need huge amount of energy. In brief, we are almost to have a genuine data-storage issue that will as it were ended up more serious over time Now imagine storing chunks of data in the size of jellybean weighing about three grams which means in three grams of DNA we can pack 600 million gigabytes of data.

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