mar 30, 1967 - IBM 1360 created
The IBM 1360 was created with the idea that it was capable of storing one terabit of data (not to be confused with a terabyte, a terabit equates to roughly 160 GB). The idea fell through after the film card system, used to store and edit data, was deemed inefficient and the product was shut down. Only six were ever made.
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History of computing 30s - present day