megabyte


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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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However, in Thailand it could cost from BD2.5 to more than BD10 per megabyte.
Frank, who bought MegaByte from Bob and Jhonnie Taylor for an undisclosed sum, said he plans to open a second location in Benton County later this year.
Elpida 512 Megabyte DDR2 SO-DIMMs are currently available in samples.
Current applications, such as digital still cameras, will continue to provide the majority of megabyte consumption in the short term as camera resolutions sharpen, increasing the demand for additional data storage capacity.
We're also doing flashbacks, so there are origin stories of Megabyte and Hexadecimal, and the first meeting of Bob and Dot.
The cost of these upgrades is indeed $30 to $50 per megabyte; but what IBM's note to customers didn't say is that IBM is giving MB-for-MB rebates on the returned S5 cards, which means that the resulting price is $20 to $25 per megabyte, $5 to $10 per megabyte less than the S6 memory list price.
In a move to strengthen its international operations and support for its customers in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Procom has opened its European headquarters in Munich, Germany through its European subsidiary, MegaByte. A distributor of high-end data management, storage and networking products, MegaByte now serves as the local sales, marketing and service headquarters for Procom's international customer base.
Apple's 300 Mhz Power Macintosh G3 ($2,329) is one of the latest in the company's line of G3 machines that boasts revamped internal architecture featuring one megabyte of L2 memory cache.
In terms of permanent magnetic data storage, the price has fallen from $220 per megabyte to nine cents per megabyte in the past 12 years.
Although tape remains one of the least expensive storage mediums--costing as little as a tenth of a cent per megabyte of stored data--it's frustratingly slow compared with hard disks or floppies.
Here are suggested minimum specifications: a 50 MHz or greater 486 or possibly a 90 MHz Pentium; 10 to 12 megabytes of RAM; 350 to 600 megabyte hard disk (440 megabyte hard drives are currently most cost-effective); the highest resolution and largest color screen you can afford.
After all, the Intel 8088 microprocessor that was used in the original PC could address a maximum of 1 megabyte of memory (a megabyte of memory is 1,024K, or 1,048,576 bytes of memory), which was nearly ten times more memory than any program needed.
In addition to its upgraded HP emulation, the LaserPrinter 8 II features Epson EX-800, IBM Proprinter, and Diablo 630 ECS emulations, as well as four resident fonts and one megabyte RAM.
One megabyte of mobile Internet traffic will cost 3.5 Azerbaijani manats, with a calculation interval of 30 kilobytes.
After 25 years in business, Jhonnie Taylor confirmed she and her husband, Bob, planned to sell MegaByte Computer Center in Fayetteville, effective July 1.