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Mbit

[′em‚bit]
(computer science)
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

megabit

One million bits. Also Mb, Mbit and M-bit. See mega, space/time and never say.
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The addition of the MB85RC1MT extends the line of FRAM products with the I2C interface to cover the range from 4 Kbit to 1 Mbit, and those with the SPI interface from 16 Kbit to 2 Mbit.
At MBIT teachers engage students in meaningful industry-related activities for 2 hours and 45 minutes a day for 182 days a year over a three-year period.
You can download the full Nokia Siemens Networks' MBit Index study from here.
mTouche's mBit network mobile solution is world's first P2P technology for mobile phones.
For applications including smart meters and other measurement devices, as well as industrial machinery and medical devices such as hearing aids - all of which to date have required 1-2 Mbit non-volatile memory with a serial interface - it is now possible to replace conventional EEPROM with Fujitsu Semiconductor's new FRAM products.
Students in the MBIT automotive technology and automotive collision programs work full time in participating dealerships for 10 weeks during the summer between 11th and 12th grades, which is typical for AYES students.
STMicroelectronics (NYSE:STM) has extended its M29 family of industry standard 3V Flash memories with a 64 Mbit device based on its latest 0.15um process.
The 1 Mbit XCF01S, available in May 2003, is priced at $1.05 for 100K units in 2005.
(FMA) has introduced its 1 Mbit FRAM (Ferroelectric Random Access Memory).
STMicroelectronics' M25P10-A, M25P20 and M25P40 memories--1 Mbit, 2 Mbit and 4 Mbit, respectively--are thought to be the first serial Flash devices to be specified and made available for the automotive environment.