The United Kingdom has about 4,000 times the amount of data that the rest the world has, according to new data.
The data comes from a study published by the research firm Gartner, and is used by companies to monitor their customer base.
It’s the biggest single difference between the UK and the rest, the report said.
In the UK, there are more than 7.7 billion terabytes of data.
In Germany, there’s more than 6.8 billion terabyte of data per person.
“Data is the new fuel of the future, and this report provides an exciting and detailed look at the implications of this trend,” the report read.
The UK also has a population of around 4.3 billion people, making it more than five times the size of the US, the second biggest country in the world.
There are roughly 2.6 billion people in Germany, the study said.
The research firm also found that the UK’s data use is twice that of Germany, with more than 1.5 billion termbabytes being processed in the country each year.
“The UK’s rapid growth is the result of two key factors: the unprecedented ease with which data is exchanged and the speed with which this data is shared,” it said.