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a unit of information equal to 1000 kilobits or 10^6 (1,000,000) bits

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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.
Elpida also has future plans to offer a 512 Megabit Digital Consumer DRAM device that supports industrial temperatures (-40 to +85 C) for car navigation systems.
We developed a system that will give full two-way communication (with) a backbone (wired hardware) of 100 megabits.
Cable TV subscribers will soon have digital set-top boxes with modems that provide the following four services: analog video service; digital video service; phone service; and data service with two-way capability at 40 megabits per second downstream.
This contrasts with many legacy security systems, where the activation of these functions reduces security performance by over 90 percent, from hundreds of megabits per second performance down to less than five megabits per second.
is preparing to launch ADSL services with an access speed of 12 megabits per second, up from the current 8 megabits, in October.
Bandwidth available per user can range from 78 megabits per second to 1 gigabit per second, depending on the service level agreements established by the service provider.
Taichi Sakaiya, head of the Economic Planning Agency, asked cabinet members Tuesday to ensure that new central government offices each have an Internet connection capacity of at least 6 megabits per second.
While current data rates of individual tips are limited to the kilobits-per-second range, which amounts to a few megabits for an entire array, faster electronics will allow the levers to be operated at considerably higher rates.
Rusin believes, following the Korea and Japan models, broadband for an enriched on-line experience, today starts minimally at 100 megabits and within three years will increase to 200 megabits.