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Data Transfer

Data transfer rate defines average number of data that is transferred per time unit between equipment in a data transmission system. It is usually measured in decimal or binary multiples of bit per second or byte per second.

At the end of 2007, standards and government authorities proposed binary prefixes standard for binary multiplies in order to avoid confusion, ie kilobyle to denote 1000 bytes and kibibyte - 1024 bytes.Read more

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Bit, decimal prefixed (SI)

Kilobit per second kb/s 1 1000
Megabit per second Mb/s 0.001 1
Gigabit per second Gb/s 10-6 0.001
Terabit per second Tb/s 10-9 10-6

Bit, binary prefixed (IEC)

Kibibit per second Kib/s 0.9766 976.5625
Mebibit per second Mib/s 0.001 0.9537
Gibibit per second Gib/s 9.3132×10-7 0.0009
Tebibit per second Tib/s 9.0949×10-10 9.0949×10-7

Byte, decimal prefixed (SI)

Kilobyte per second kB/s 0.125 125
Megabyte per second MB/s 0.0001 0.125
Gigabyte per second GB/s 1.25×10-7 0.0001
Terabyte per second TB/s 1.25×10-10 1.25×10-7

Byte, binary prefixed (IEC)

Kibibyte per second KiB/s 0.1221 122.0703
Mebibyte per second MiB/s 0.0001 0.1192
Gibibyte per second GiB/s 1.1642×10-7 0.0001
Tebibyte per second TiB/s 1.1369×10-10 1.1369×10-7

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Bit per second b/s 1000 1000000
Byte per second B/s 125 125000

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