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How much is 604 gigabytes?

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It's about four times as much as an iPod.
In other words, 604 gigabytes is 3.77 times the amount of an iPod, and the amount of an iPod is 0.265 times that amount.
(a.k.a. Apple iPod) (2010 figures; for iPod classic, sixth generation)
A sixth-generation, iPod classic MP3 player offers a storage capacity of 160 gigabytes (gB). Data is stored in the unit's hard drive, a 5,400 RPM SATA drive, which measures about 30 sq. cm (5 sq. in)
It's about one-tenth as much as Watson.
In other words, 604 gigabytes is 0.15 times the amount of Watson, and the amount of Watson is 6.7 times that amount.
(data store only)
Watson, the IBM supercomputer famous for competing against humans on the televised trivia game show Jeopardy!, utilizes 4,100 gigabytes of variously-structured data to formulate answers. While "thinking", Watson processes about 500 gigabytes of data per second.
It's about eleven times as much as Wikipedia.
In other words, the amount of Wikipedia is 0.091 times 604 gigabytes.
(2009 figures) (all languages)
As of 2009, Wikipedia held 53 gigabytes (gB) of publicly written and edited encyclopedia articles on 14.5 million subjects as well as associated commentary and discussion. Wikipedia is among the ten most popular websites on the Internet and the only non-profit entity in that group.
It's about one-tenth as much as a Gap, Inc. Customer Database.
In other words, the amount of a Gap, Inc. Customer Database is 10 times 604 gigabytes.
(a.k.a. The GAP Companies, a.k.a. Gap) (2012 figures)
The GAP Inc., the corporate parent of GAP store, Old Navy, and Banana Republic, has accumulated over 7,000 gigabytes of data on almost a billion customers. The GAP, Inc remains the largest apparel retailer in the United States and was the largest in the world from the mid-1990s until about 2008.
It's about twelve times as much as a Blu-ray Disc.
In other words, the amount of a Blu-ray Disc is 0.083 times 604 gigabytes.
(a.k.a. BD) (dual-layer; Blu-ray disc)
A typical Blu-ray disc will hold 50 gigabytes (gB) of data. The increase in capacity versus a standard DVD is possible because of the smaller wavelength of blue light — 405 nanometers instead of 650 nanometers for the red laser light used in a DVD.
It's about one-seventieth as much as The's databases.
In other words, 604 gigabytes is 0.0139392 times the amount of The's databases, and the amount of The's databases is 71.7401 times that amount.
(largest databases only; 2005 figures) maintains information on the millions of items sold on it's e-Commerce website and the websites of its affiliate companies, as well as information on customer orders and browsing history, and excerpts from nearly a quarter-billion books in databases totaling an estimated 44,370.9 gigabytes of data. receives over 615 million visits to its US website each year.
It's about one-one-hundredth as much as The Google Earth database.
In other words, 604 gigabytes is 0.00837 times the amount of The Google Earth database, and the amount of The Google Earth database is 119 times that amount.
(2006 figures) (raw imagery and indexes storage)
As of 2006, Google was storing 72,200 gigabytes of raw image and index data for its satellite photo and virtual globe application, Google Earth. The application offers high resolution satellite imagery of 60% of the populated areas of the world, according to 2010 estimates.