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A Google approach to math.

On the eve of Gmail's one-year birthday, our engineers were toiling away furiously. Notes scribbled all over the walls. Complex calculations on napkins and empty pizza boxes. Millions of M&Ms.

The result?... starting today, we're beginning the roll-out of our new and top secret Infinity+1 storage plan. The key features are:

Write, don't worry.

You want to stop caring about storage. We want to keep giving you more. Today, and beyond.

The gift that keeps on giving.

1166.890493 megabytes of storage (and counting) for every user.

No complicated equations. No tough algorithms.

Just this one graph: on login page.

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