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megabit

[′meg·ə‚bit]
(computer science)
A unit of information content equal to 1,048,576 (1024 × 1024) bits. Abbreviated Mbit.

megabit

One million bits. Also Mb, Mbit and M-bit. See mega, space/time and never say.
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Elpida's 512 Megabit XDR DRAM devices (Part number: EDX5116ABSE) are currently sampling to customers.
Customer incentives, including free installation of the U S WEST MegaBit DSL line when purchased by October 31, 1999.
MegaBit Select subscribers get full-access speeds of 256 kbps every time they go online - almost 10 times faster than traditional 28.
For example, a secretary clicking on the icon to start a word processing program, such as Word, uses almost 4 megabits in a client-server network.
Legal residents, 18 years old or older, in the 14 eligible states within the U S WEST region* can register for the U S WEST MegaBit Services Speed Challenge at http://www.
MegaBit Select subscribers get full-access speeds of 256 Kbps when they go online -- almost 10 times faster than traditional 28.
U S WEST was the first company in the nation to offer a mainstream DSL service when it introduced MegaBit Services in Phoenix in October 1997.
Based on that projection, and actual U S WEST MegaBit customers, at year-end nearly 50 percent of all DSL customers accessed the web via MegaBit Services.
28 /PRNewswire/ -- U S WEST (NYSE: USW) today unveiled a set of initiatives that significantly expand availability and simplify ordering and installation for its industry-leading MegaBit Services ADSL (Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line), which gives customers affordable, ultra-fast access to data networks over their existing phone lines and is revolutionizing how people use the Internet.
Probe yields are steadily improving on 1 Megabit devices and manufacturing costs have been reduced by more than 65% from second quarter
There are new DSPs emerging with new speech coding algorithms that will be able to utilize the 2-megabit Serial DataFlash to store the same amount of voice as current generation DSPs can using a 4- megabit device.
The 512 Megabit DDR3 components that are on the DIMMs were developed using Elpida's 90 nm advanced process technology.