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The petabit is a multiple of the unit bit for digital information or computer storage. The prefix peta (P) is defined in the SI units as a multiplier of 1015 (1 quadrillion)
1 petabit = 1015 bits = 1000000000000000bits = 1000 terabits.


Pbit or Pb

Another way to represent this is that one petabit equals one million gigabits (Gb). The petabit is one of the largest types of practical measurements for data storage or data transfer rates.

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Bits {{Bits}}
Kilobits {{Kilobits}}
Megabits {{Megabits}}
Gigabits {{Gigabits}}
Terabits {{Terabits}}
Exabits {{Exabits}}
Zettabits {{Zettabits}}
Yottabits {{Yottabits}}
Nibble {{Nibble}}
Bytes {{Bytes}}
Kilobytes {{Kilobytes}}
Megabytes {{Megabytes}}
Gigabytes {{Gigabytes}}
Terabytes {{Terabytes}}
Petabytes {{Petabytes}}
Exabytes {{Exabytes}}
Zettabytes {{Zettabytes}}
Yottabytes {{Yottabytes}}