Bond Market’s Data Flood Spurs New Era of Billion-Dollar Trades – Bloomberg
The quantity of information captured each day at the asset manager’s fixed-income unit has tripled in the last two years to 92 terabytes — or 92 trillion bytes. That includes active inventory, trade data, 4 million messages and direct price feeds. By comparison, scientists using the Hubble telescope to
understand the origins of the universe suck in 10 terabytes a year.