Gigabits Conversion (Gbit)
Gigabit is the unit of digital information with prefix giga (109).
1 gigabit is equal to 109 bits = 1,000,000,000 bits.
You can convert gigabit to other units of data on the following converters.
- Bit kbit Mbit Gbit Converter
- Gigabits to Kilobytes (Gbit to KB)
- Gigabits to Megabytes (Gbit to MB)
- Gigabits to Gigabytes (Gbit to GB)
- Gigabit to Kilobit (Gbit to kbit)
- Gigabit to Megabit (Gbit to Mbit)
- Gigabit to Terabit (Gbit to Tbit)
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SI The International System of Units defines the prefix "kilo" to mean one thousand. Therefore1000 bits 1 Kilobit 1 Kb1000 Kilobits 1 Megabit 1 Mb 1 000 000 bits 106 bits1000 Megabits 1 Gigabit 1 Gb 1 000 000 000 bits 109 bitsHowever, since computers use the binary system, a different measurement is sometimes used1024 bits 1 Kibibit 1 Kib1024 Kibibits 1 Mebibit 1 Mib 1 048 576 bits 220 bits1024 Mebibits 1 Gibibit 1 Gib 1 073 741 824 bits 230 bitsAs you can see, the SI-based units Kilo, Mega, Giga... are based on powers of ten.The binary-based units Kibi, Mebi, Gibi... are based on powers of two.What may cause confusion Hard drive manufacturers use the SI units to denote sizes, e.g. 1 GB 1 billion B, but Windows displays disk and file sizes in binary-based units, but written as GB instead of GiB! This means a 1 TB disk 1000 GB appears to be 931.51 GB 1000 GiB ...
Papacarlo, you're wrong. One gigabit is equal to 1,000,000,000 bits, you're talking about gibibit which is different. ...
This is wrong calculator. Use computer science and not a grocery store measurements. 1K1024 so 1 gigabit 1073741824 bits but not anyhow 1000000000 bits. ...