How many gibibit in 1 mebibit?
The answer is 0.0009765625.
We assume you are converting between gibibit and mebibit.
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The main non-SI unit for computer data storage is the byte.
1 byte is equal to 7.4505805969238E-9 gibibit, or 7.62939453125E-6 mebibit.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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››Quick conversion chart of gibibit to mebibit

1 gibibit to mebibit = 1024 mebibit

2 gibibit to mebibit = 2048 mebibit

3 gibibit to mebibit = 3072 mebibit

4 gibibit to mebibit = 4096 mebibit

5 gibibit to mebibit = 5120 mebibit

6 gibibit to mebibit = 6144 mebibit

7 gibibit to mebibit = 7168 mebibit

8 gibibit to mebibit = 8192 mebibit

9 gibibit to mebibit = 9216 mebibit

10 gibibit to mebibit = 10240 mebibit

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A gibibit (a contraction of giga binary digit) is a unit of information or computer storage, abbreviated as Gibit or Gib. It is equivalent to 2^{30} bits.

››Definition: Mebibit

The mebibit is a standards-based binary multiple (see prefix mebi) of the bit, a unit of digital information storage. It is abbreviated Mibit or sometimes Mib.

Note that this site defines the megabit as 2^{20} bits, equivalent to the mebibit. Some sites define the megabit as 10^{6} bits to distinguish it from the mebibit, but most users prefer the non-SI form.

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