The first number is called *4 billion 294 million 967 thousand 295*. Likewise, the larger number is *18 quintillion 446 quadrillion 744 trillion 73 billion 709 million 551 thousand 615* (given in short scale, so not everyone agrees that the first number are "billions" – they'll say it's "milliards").

*4 gigabytes* is the addressable memory range in 32 bit machines (simplified). The term *4 gigabytes* is from the SI prefix for billion and just means "4 billion bytes" (similar to 1 kilometer = 1000 meters). So you could call that number "4 giga" if you want to confuse everyone you're talking to.

It's a bit more than 4 billion since we're actually dealing with powers of two rather than powers of 10, so the "kilo" is 1024, not 1000. Alternative binary prefixes exist, so you'd more correctly call this number *4 gibibytes*.

Likewise, the larger number, used as a prefix, would be *16 exa* or *16 exbi*.

Note that 64 bit CPUs aren't actually able to address this much memory, it's usually "only" a few dozen to a few hundred GB.