A calculation about how many Gb of data can pass via a device in a second is Gigabits per second. A gigabit corresponds to 1,000 ^ 3 bits of data, which is 1 billion bits of information. Giga- is a common prefix used for metric measuring units. Bit corresponds to a rated binary digit representing the smallest data unit in a computer device.
Megabits per second, One megabit are equivalent to 1 million bits or 1,000 kilobits. "While" megabit "sounds similar to" megabyte, "since there are eight bits in a byte, a megabit is around one eighth the size of a megabyte. Mbps is used to calculate high-bandwidth link data transfer rates, such as Ethernet and cable modems. 1 Megabyte is equivalent to 8,000,000 bits per second per second. 1000 ^ 2 bytes are contained in a megabyte; to get bits, multiply bytes by 8. The SI base unit of time is a second. 1 MB / s = 8000000 bit/s.
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