Is there an industry standard for differentiating between megabits and megabytes? e.g. is 10Mb ten megabits or 10 megabytes?
10Mb is 10 megabits10MB is 10 mega bytes.Little b = bitsBig B = bytes
Bremner - Cheers
1 byte is 8 bits
Bremner you are kind of correct but a more accurate answer would be:10Mb is 1024 megabits.........
No I am correct because the OP was asking what the letters B and b ment and used the example of 10Mega?It is also incorrect to say that 10Mb is 1024 megabits1024 Megabits is 1Gb
haha sorry, my mistake I accidently put mb where I should have wrote kb.
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