Convert gigabyte (GB) to exabit (Eb)
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Definition and details for gigabyte (GB):
Gigabyte (GB) is a unit of information equal to 10003 bytes, defined by International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in December 1998. However, when referred to main memory or RAM capacity GB is equal to 10243 bytes, but this should now be called a gibibyte.
Definition and details for exabit (Eb):
Exabit (Ebit) is a unit of information in computing and telecommunications equal to 1018 bits, defined by International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in December 1998. Exabit is confused with exbibit which is defined as 1024 pebibits. The difference between them is that exabit is a power of 10 number and exbibit power of 2.