Millions of bits per second - a unit of information transfer rate; for example, Ethernet can carry 10 Mb/s.

is an often used measure of data transmission rate. Wireless Ethernet standard 802.11b claims 11 Mbps for local area networks, but the rate is often lower in practice. Increasingly popular cable modem and DSL connections to the home generally support 1 Mbps wide area network access to the Internet.

(Mbps) Some multiple in thousands of bits per second is the usual measure of data transfer speed in streaming.

A megabit contains one million bits. Megabits per second is a measurement of processing speed broken down to the smallest binary digit, a bit.

A measurement of the transmission speed of data measured in 1,048,576 bits per second.

A measure of data transmission speed over communication lines in one million bits per second.

1 million bits per second.

A transmission rate where one megabit equals 1,024 kilobits.

bits per second (bps) are a measure of the rate at which information is transferred. A Mbps is a million bits of information transferred within one second. It is possible to transmit reasonably good quality television pictures, similar to that seen from a video recorder, using a transfer rate of two million bits per second (2 Mbps).

Megabits per second means millions of bits per second. Ethernet LANs operate at speeds up to 1Gbps. A T1 WAN connection operates at 1.544 Mbps.

This is a measure of the speed of data that is capable of passing along a line and then it is expressed in millions of bits.

The data transmission rate ofÂ 1,000,000 bits of binary information per second.

A unit of measure used to express the data transfer rate of a system, device, or communications channel.

Megabits per second (a million bits per second) is a unit used to measure the rate of information transfer. [A bit, short for binary digit, is the smallest unit of information a computer can hold

A digital transmission speed of millions of bits per second.

1,048,576 bps. Among other things, an Internet bandwidth measurement.

One Mbps corresponds to a data rate of 1,000,000 bits per second.

A transmission rate of 1 megabit per second, where 1 Megabit corresponds to 1,024 kilobits.

a.k.a. Mbps. This is a measure of throughput roughly in...

Measure of data transfer rate; the number of megabits a line can transfer in one second. 9.26