1. Very advanced encryption layer, triple the effectiveness of 3DES.

2. When used to describe data storage, 1,024 terabytes.

3. When used to describe data transfer rates, it refers to 10 to the 14th power (1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000) bits.

1. That firewall is capable of trigabit encryption
wow, that is government grade (quote courtesy the movie Swordfish).
2. You need ton of storage for your legitimately ripped movie database, I would say at least a Trigabit of space.
3. You know, I think in the future we will see high speed connections capable of trigabit levels of speed.
by Mike Prince November 28, 2006

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