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

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To put this into perspective, downloading information from a cable Internet connection to your home computer usually takes two megabits per second, he says.
If 100 users are doing huge graphics files and have to send a ton of data, but don't do it very often so they're not contending for the one resource, then they should probably get the 100 megabit," Nicholas says.
ACCA plans to increase the access speed to 12 megabits and expand the service area this fall.
Six ministries and agencies are still far behind, with the Financial Services Agency having 3 megabits per second and the Justice Ministry 1.
In a massive ballroom packed so tightly that crowds were gathered in the hallway, Verizon Chairman and CEO Ivan Seidenberg kicked off the opening keynote session by describing his company's investments in broadband-anywhere mobility and at-home Internet speeds of 100 megabit per second.
Yield improving and manufacturing cost on 1 Megabit dropping
The 512 Megabit DDR3 components that are on the DIMMs were developed using Elpida's 90 nm advanced process technology.
The device provides high-speed operation--up to 400 Megabits per second (Mbps) (CL=3) and can, therefore, offer a data transfer rate of up to 1.
The new DDR3 architecture will feature high-speed data transfer of up to 1333 Megabits per second (Mbps), double the speed of the DDR2 architecture currently in volume production.
Elpida), Japan's leading global supplier of Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), today announced the industry's first 256 Megabit DDR2 SDRAM devices that achieve 800 Megabits per second (Mbps) operation.
Spansion LLC, the Flash memory subsidiary of AMD (NYSE:AMD) and Fujitsu Limited (TOKYO:6702), today announced it has qualified the industry's highest-density NOR Flash product and is now mass producing the industry's broadest range of NOR Flash memory densities, from 1 to 512 megabits.
The service is planned to be offered in 5 megabit increments ranging from 5 to 20 megabits and is planned to be priced competitively with the teleco offers available to businesses operating within reach of the fiber network.
The new devices are 128 Megabit double data rate (DDR) SDRAMs with a x16-bit data path configuration and a maximum data rate of 400 Megabits per second per device, offering sufficient density and speed for digital consumer electronics applications such as set-top boxes, personal video recorders (PVR), and hybrid recorders.