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Mbyte

[′em‚bīt]
(computer science)
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These convenient, reliable, rugged and lightweight standardized data carriers store up to 516 Mbytes, or approximately 320,000 book pages or 15 hours of digitally compressed music.
Elpida), the industry's only major semiconductor company to focus completely on DRAM, announced today the availability of its 512 MByte Small Outline (S.
The Mariner II provides up to 256 Kbytes of on-die L2 cache, 512 Mbytes of field upgradeable SODIMM main memory, a 10/100Base-Tx Ethernet interface (with Wake-On-Line), and dual Ultra DMA-33 IDE hard driver interfaces.
The models will come with 8 Mbytes of RAM, expandable to 72 Mbytes on the low-end model, 136 Mbytes on the midrange and 264 Mbytes at the high end.
All models include a built-in Bubble Jet printer; 4 Mbytes of memory (expandable to 12 Mbytes); a 3.
The V169 features two Mbytes of L2 cache, four Gbytes of RAM, and a wealth of standard high-speed I/O, networking, graphics and mass storage options.