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The gigabit is a multiple of the unit bit for digital information or computer storage. The prefix giga (G) is defined in SI units as a Multiplier of 10^9 (1 billion).
1 gigabit = 109bits = 1000000000bits.
1 gigabit = 1000 megabits = 1 000 000 kilobits.

Gigabits are used to measure data transfer rates of local networks and I/O connections. For example, Gigabit Ethernet is a common Ethernet standard that supports data transfer rates of gigabit per second (Gbps). As there are eight bits in one byte, there are also eight gigabits in one gigabyte. Gigabits are most oftenly used to describe data transfer speeds.

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