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### Difference Between Megabyte and Megabit

// Mar 21st, 2013
Megabyte vs Megabit   Megabit and Megabyte are two units used to measure the amount of information in computer systems and network systems. Megabit Bit is the basic measure of the information used in the computing and telecommunication technology. It is an abbreviation for the Binary Digit. A bit can assume...

### Difference Between Octet and Byte

// Jul 29th, 2011
Octet vs Byte In computing, bit is the basic unit of information. Simply, a bit can be seen as a variable that can take only one of the two possible values. These two possible values are ‘0’ and ‘1’ and interpreted as binary digits. The two possible values could also be interpreted as logical (Boolean)...

### Difference Between Bit and Baud

// Jun 30th, 2011
Bit vs Baud In computing, bit is the basic unit of information. Simply, a bit can be seen as a variable that can take only one of two possible values. These two possible values are ‘0’ and ‘1’ and interpreted as binary digits. The two possible values could also be interpreted as logical (Boolean) values,...

### Difference Between Bit and Byte

// Jun 30th, 2011
Bit vs Byte In computing, bit is the basic unit of information. Simply, a bit can be seen as a variable that can take only one of two possible values. These two possible values are ‘0’ and ‘1’ and interpreted as binary digits. The two possible values could also be interpreted as logical (Boolean) values,...

### Difference Between Mbps and Kbps

// Mar 7th, 2011
Mbps vs Kbps Mbps and Kbps both are units of measuring speed of data transfer. It is hard to visualize any place on earth from where a person cannot access Internet. With the immense reach of internet and its use in all the critical areas it became important for the service providers to transfer the data over...

### Difference Between MB and GB

// Mar 1st, 2011
MB vs GB MB and GB are terms that are nowadays even used by common man without knowing the real meaning of it. If you feel baffled by the words KB, MB and GB, there is no need to be as they are merely numbers that show the amount of data or the capacity of a computer to store data. Out of the three units of measuring...