- n. a unit of information equal to 1000 kilobits or 10^6 (1,000,000) bits
“The top 10 of amount of connections that are 2 mbit/s or faster looks completely ridiculous anyway.”
“I guess you need it as a broadband user because web servers may be too slow for you – if you have a 10 mbit/s connection, but you visit a site that serves you with only 1 mbit/s, a fast proxy can help.”
“That is extreme though, most people in Sweden can only get 50 mbit for 50 USD/month.”
“Therefore, if you had a 2 mbit connection (2000 kbit), you would divide by 8. 2000”
“Charlotte and my 4g speed is usually around 2-2. 5 mbit tops.”
“No complaints about Sprint's service either - I get about 1.7 mbit on it.”
“I encode a lot of 150 mbit 4: 2: 2 I frame only material for”
“Usually the variance is quite small (e.g. with DSL 16 mbit/s it's about 4ms), but with wireless networks it can be substantially higher.”
“If the number is low, you are getting a poor signal - think of the number as mbit/s speeds.”
“If one of those pair is damaged, then it could just be using 1 of the pairs to operate at half speed (50 mbit).”
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