megabyte


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Synonyms for megabyte

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

a unit of information equal to 1024 kibibytes or 2^20 (1,048,576) bytes

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Megabyte is based in Bradford and Swanmore and is a provider to the retail sector.
Elpida 512 Megabyte DDR2 SO-DIMMs are currently available in samples.
The Bernoulli cartridges he uses each hold 10 megabytes of data, but Iomega, maker of the hardware, is now marketing systems with cartridges that hold 44 megabytes each.
Together, Official Payments and Megabyte provide the most sophisticated and integrated tax collection solution available for California counties," Connell continued.
Tape cartridge roadmaps identify native capacities up to 8 terabytes and drive data rates up to 800 megabytes per second.
Some of the applications suites lurking about the marketplace can take 200 to 300 megabytes alone.
As the first part of the new offering, the companies further announced today the planned availability of 512 megabytes M-SIM MegaSIM series SIM cards for pilots with mobile network operators (MNOs) in Q2 2006 and planned commercial availability in Q3 2006.
Disk costs on 35% to 40% (historical) cost reduction curve based on price per megabyte.
That means getting a Pentium processor of 100 megahertz or better, at least a 1 gigabyte hard drive and 16 megabytes of RAM.
The point is: I've been writing for years about how the price of hard drives has tumbled down to a penny a megabyte and here I was paying almost 20 cents a megabyte
LAS VEGAS -- With 1000X the Density of Its First 8 Megabyte DiskOnKey and Support for a Broad Portfolio of Software Applications, M-Systems Continues to Lead and Innovate Smart Personal Storage
The combination of using "bad" pricing data for tape and comparing the price per megabyte of a single piece of tape media (rather than a tape library?
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced its 512 Megabyte DDR2 Small-Outline Dual In-line Memory Modules (SO-DIMMs).
The loss of productive time while users were being inconvenienced was less important than obtaining storage at a lower cost per megabyte.
RAM is now less than $50 per megabyte, and provides a noticeable boost in performance for many tasks.