Enter a number in the From field, select units, and then click Convert.
How to use:
Enter initial data transfer rate value you'd like to convert in the From filed, select initial and target measurement units, and then click the Convert button.
For your convenience this tool will also convert the entered value into other units often used for measurement of network speed and bandwidth, file transfer rate, system and storage bandwidth, backup/recovery throughput, etc.
The following symbols can be used for:
kilobit / second - kbit/s, kb/s, or kbps;
megabit / second - Mbit/s, Mb/s, or Mbps;
gigabit / second - Gbit/s, Gb/s, or Gbps;
terabit / second - Tbit/s, Tb/s, or Tbps;
Tebibyte (TiB), gibibyte (GiB), mebibyte (MiB), kibibyte (KiB) are standard units used in the
field of data processing and data transmission. Tebibyte, gibibyte, mebibyte, kibibyte are defined as powers of 2.
Tebibyte, gibibyte, mebibyte, kibibyte are closely related to terabyte (TB), gigabyte (GB), megabyte (MB), and kilobyte (KB) respectively, which are defined as powers of 10 in accordance with the International System of Units (SI).
|Examples and comparisons with SI prefixes|
|one kibibit||1 Kibit = 210 bit = 1024 bit|
|one kilobit||1 kbit = 103 bit = 1000 bit|
|one mebibit||1 Mibit = 220 bit = 1,048,576 bit|
|one megabit||1 Mbit = 106 bit = 1,000,000 bit|
|one mebibyte||1 MiB = 220 Byte = 1,048,576 Byte|
|one megabyte||1 MB = 106 Byte = 1,000,000 Byte|
|one gibibyte||1 GiB = 230 Byte = 1,073,741,824 Byte|
|one gigabyte||1 GB = 109 Byte = 1,000,000,000 Byte|
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Wikipedia “Data rate units” article - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Data_rate_units
Prefixes for binary multiples - http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/binary.html