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# Data Transfer Speed Conversion Table

E notation is an alternative format of the scientific notation 10x.
For example: 103 = E+3.
Base units are marked in black.
Derived units are marked in gray.
 Conversion Table: Data Transfer Speed Unit Name Relation to byte/second [B/s] bit/second [b/s] 0.125 [B/s] kilobit/second [kb/s] 125 [B/s] megabit/second [Mb/s] 1.25E+5 [B/s] gigabit/second [Gb/s] 1.25E+8 [B/s] terabit/second [Tb/s] 1.25E+11 [B/s] petabit/second [Pb/s] 1.25E+14 [B/s] exabit/second [Eb/s] 1.25E+17 [B/s] zettabit/second [Zb/s] 1.25E+20 [B/s] yottabit/second [Yb/s] 1.25E+23 [B/s] byte/second [B/s] 1 [B/s] kilobyte/second [kB/s] 1000 [B/s] megabyte/second [MB/s] 1E+6 [B/s] gigabyte/second [GB/s] 1E+9 [B/s] terabyte/second [TB/s] 1E+12 [B/s] petabyte/second [PB/s] 1E+15 [B/s] exabyte/second [EB/s] 1E+18 [B/s] zettabyte/second [ZB/s] 1E+21 [B/s] yottabyte/second [YB/s] 1E+24 [B/s]
 Conversion Table: Data Transfer Speed (with Binary Prefixes) Unit Name Relation to byte/s [B/s] bit/s [b/s] 0.125 [B/s] kibibit/second [Kib/s] 128 [B/s] mebibit/second [Mib/s] 1.31072E+5 [B/s] gibibit/second [Gib/s] 1.342177E+8 [B/s] tebibit/second [Tib/s] 1.37439E+11 [B/s] pebibit/second [Pib/s] 1.407375E+14 [B/s] exbibit/second [Eib/s] 1.441152E+17 [B/s] zebibit/second [Zib/s] 1.47574E+20 [B/s] yobibit/second [Yib/s] 1.511157E+23 [B/s] byte/s [B/s] 1 [B/s] kibibyte/second [KiB/s] 1024 [B/s] mebibyte/second [MiB/s] 1.048576E+6 [B/s] gibibyte/second [GiB/s] 1.073742E+9 [B/s] tebibyte/second [TiB/s] 1.099512E+12 [B/s] pebibyte/second [PiB/s] 1.1259E+15 [B/s] exbibyte/second [EiB/s] 1.152922E+18 [B/s] zebibyte/second [ZiB/s] 1.180592E+21 [B/s] yobibyte/second [YiB/s] 1.208926E+24 [B/s]

## Related Information

### Binary Prefix vs. SI Prefix

In computing, a binary prefix is a set of letters that precede a unit of measure (such as a byte) to indicate multiplication by a power of two. In certain contexts in computing, such as computer memory sizes, units of information storage and communication traffic (Byte) have traditionally been reported in multiples of powers of two. The term binary prefix is intended to differentiate usage of certain symbolic abbreviations (for example, k or kilo) from the SI prefixes, which are always decimal.
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