unit:MegaBYTE

URI: http://qudt.org/vocab/unit/MegaBYTE

Type
Description

The megabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information equivalent to \(2^{6} bytes\). Although the prefix mega means \(10^{6}\), the term megabyte and symbol \(mB\) have historically been used to refer to \(1024^{2} bytes\) or \(2^{20} bytes\). The megabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information storage or transmission with three different values depending on context: 1048576 bytes generally for computer memory; and one million bytes (10, see prefix mega-) generally for computer storage. In rare cases, it is used to mean \(1000 \times 1024 (1024,000) bytes\). The IEEE Standards Board has confirmed that mega means \(1000,000\), with exceptions allowed for the base-two meaning.

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dcterms:description
The megabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information equivalent to \(2^{6} bytes\). Although the prefix mega means \(10^{6}\), the term megabyte and symbol \(mB\) have historically been used to refer to \(1024^{2} bytes\) or \(2^{20} bytes\). The megabyte is a multiple of the unit byte for digital information storage or transmission with three different values depending on context: 1048576 bytes generally for computer memory; and one million bytes (10, see prefix mega-) generally for computer storage. In rare cases, it is used to mean \(1000 \times 1024 (1024,000) bytes\). The IEEE Standards Board has confirmed that mega means \(1000,000\), with exceptions allowed for the base-two meaning.
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Mega byte(en)
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