megabytes per second


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megabytes per second

(unit)
(MBps, MB/s) Millions of bytes per second. A unit of data rate. 1 MB/s = 1,000,000 bytes per second (not 1,048,576).
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In order to achieve this result, Telecom Italia will adapt 8 exchange areas to allow around 31,000 households to be supplied with a 30 Megabytes per second connection, 3,000 of which will also have the option of a 100 Megabytes per second connection.
Our machines with three solid state drives Super Raid 2 design give the storage performance up to 1500 megabytes per second.
Data speed for this type of transmission can be as high as 11 megabytes per second, although six megabytes is the likely necessary transmission speed.
What makes the XRF system different, officials said, is the company hopes to offer speeds of up to 500 megabytes per second within 16 months.
The data rate on the 3000 is up to 1000 Megabytes per second.
The VMDRIVE's dual channel 2Gbps fibre channel interfaces store data up to 70 MegaBytes per second.
1 megabytes per second; and the widely publicized cable modems capable of speeds up to 25 megabytes per second.
When contrasted to the hundreds of megabytes per second transmitted through the data path versus kilobytes of control data transmitted over the TCP/IP network, the model has been shown to scale very well.
Ultra ATA/100 will be available in Quantum products shipping in the fall of 2000, delivering data throughput of 100 megabytes per second.
The results of these tests--captured in two separate reports that are now available--validate that ProtecTIER is the only enterprise scale de-duplication solution on the market today, concurrently offering 25:1 data de-duplication, over 220 Megabytes per second throughput and up to 1 Petabyte capacity.