## ››Convert megabyte/second to bit/second

 megabytes/second bit/second

How many megabytes/second in 1 bit/second? The answer is 1.25E-7.
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The main non-SI unit for computer data rate is the bit/second.
1 megabytes/second is equal to 8000000 bit/second.
Note that rounding errors may occur, so always check the results.
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## ››Quick conversion chart of megabytes/second to bit/second

1 megabytes/second to bit/second = 8000000 bit/second

2 megabytes/second to bit/second = 16000000 bit/second

3 megabytes/second to bit/second = 24000000 bit/second

4 megabytes/second to bit/second = 32000000 bit/second

5 megabytes/second to bit/second = 40000000 bit/second

6 megabytes/second to bit/second = 48000000 bit/second

7 megabytes/second to bit/second = 56000000 bit/second

8 megabytes/second to bit/second = 64000000 bit/second

9 megabytes/second to bit/second = 72000000 bit/second

10 megabytes/second to bit/second = 80000000 bit/second

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## ››Definition: Bit/second

In telecommunications and computer network speed measurement, bit rate or data transfer rate is the average number of bits, characters, or blocks per unit time passing between equipment in a data transmission system. Unlike many other computer-related units, 1 kbps is traditionally defined as 1000 bps, not 1024 bps.

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