A Galaxy of Knowledge

It’s unreal just how much data is housed by the internet. If we were to quantify it, this data stands at around 40 zettabytes as of 2020. Never heard that term? Well, a zettabyte equates to a trillion gigabytes.
If you’re still not impressed, this number’s about to go to 175 zettabytes by 2025. Storing so much data on DVDs would result in a stack of DVDs big enough to circle the Earth 222 times. Now, we’re talking!
So, imagine giving students access to this data. Giving them the power to research, explore, and learn with the help of the internet can create leaders of tomorrow that spend less time trying to access knowledge and more time mastering and capitalising on it.

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