A kilobit is a unit of information storage, abbreviated kbit or sometimes kb. This article is about the unit of information. ...
An SI prefix is a prefix which can be applied to any unit of the International System of Units (SI) to give subdivisions and multiples of that unit. ...
In computing, binary prefixes can be used to quantify large numbers where powers of two are more useful than powers of ten. ...
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A kibibit is a unit of information or computer storage, abbreviated Kibit, or sometimes Kib. ...
The megabit is a unit of information storage, commonly abbreviated Mbit. 1 megabit = 106 = 1 000 000 bits or 220 = 1 048 576 bits (see Binary prefix). ...
(Redirected from 1 E6) One million (1000000), one thousand thousand, is the natural number following 999999 and preceding 1000001. ...
A mebibit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
A gigabit is a unit of information or computer storage, abbreviated Gbit or sometimes Gb. ...
To help compare orders of magnitude this page lists dimensionless numbers between 109 and 1012. ...
A gibibit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
A terabit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
To help compare orders of magnitude this page lists dimensionless numbers between 1012 and 1015: See also Orders of magnitude (numbers) Categories: Stub  Orders of magnitude (numbers) ...
A tebibit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
A petabit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
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A pebibit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
An exabit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
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A exbibit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
A zettabit is a unit of information or computer storage. ...
To help compare orders of magnitude this page lists dimensionless numbers between 1021 and 1024. ...
A yottabit (derived from the SI prefix yotta) is a unit of measurement in computers of one million million million million (American septillion, European quadrillion) bits. ...
1 E24 (1024) is the scientific notation for a quadrillion in traditional European usage. ...
1 kilobit = 10^{3} = 1,000 bits or 2^{10} = 1,024 bits (see Binary prefix). This article is about the unit of information. ...
This article is about the unit of information. ...
In computing, binary prefixes can be used to quantify large numbers where powers of two are more useful than powers of ten. ...
A decimal kilobit is equal to 125 bytes, while a binary kilobit is equal to 128 bytes. This article refers to the unit of binary information. ...
This article refers to the unit of binary information. ...
It is used most commonly to express internet connection speeds, e.g. a 56 kilobit/s PSTN or 512 kilobit/s broadband connection. Telecommunications engineers use the 1,000 bit definition uniformly. The public switched telephone network (PSTN) is the concatenation of the worlds public circuitswitched telephone networks, in much the same way that the Internet is the concatenation of the worlds public IPbased packetswitched networks. ...
Broadband in general refers to data transmission where multiple pieces of data are sent simultaneously to increase the effective rate of transmission. ...
Telecommunication is the extension of communication over a distance. ...
The kilobit is closely related to the kibibit, which is unambiguously equal to 2^{10} = 1,024 bits. A kibibit is a unit of information or computer storage, abbreviated Kibit, or sometimes Kib. ...
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