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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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However, more recent technology like that required to operate a load haul dump (LHD) machine underground from surface requires extra megabits, since it considered high frequency waves and cannot be transmitted through the rock.
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.
As a dedicated security ASIC, it reduces latency and consistently provides 200 Megabits per second (Mbps) firewall and virtual private network throughput for all packet sizes, making it well-suited for VoIP and gaming applications.
will provide software to raise the access speed of its ADSL service to 10 megabits per second from 8 megabits to subscribers via the Internet.
When operated at data rates of a few megabits per second, Millipede is expected to consume about 100 milliwatts, which is in the range of flash memory technology and considerably below magnetic recording.
Today, HDTV requires up to 20 megabits per second of bandwidth per channel being viewed.
Currently, seven offices have more than 6 megabits per second, with the Education and Science Ministry having the largest capacity of around 71.
0 stream of 120 megabits will not provide an enriched media experience for several reasons.
In markets where Verizon has offered its FiOS Internet-over-fiber service, which can deliver broadband speeds at up to 30 megabits, the average penetration rate is 14% - a record takeup rate for a Verizon product.
With net capacity of over 30 megabits per sector, BreezeACCESS VL allows Rioplex to target high bandwidth consumers and businesses.
On-time delivery performance has improved by more than 15% on legacy devices and more than 50% on 1 Megabits during the last two quarters
DDR3 SDRAM is the next-generation memory for servers and computing applications, and it is now the highest performing memory with data transfer rates up to 1066 Megabits per second (Mbps).