Convert **yottabit (Yb)** to **byte (B)**

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Yottabit (Ybit) is a unit of information in computing and telecommunications equal to 10^{24} bits, defined by International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in December 1998. Yottabit is confused with yobibit which is defined as 1024 zebibits. The difference between them is that yottabit is a power of 10 number and yobibit power of 2.

Byte is a unit of digital information in computing and telecommunications. It is an ordered collection of bits, in which each bit can be 1 or 0. Byte is the basic addressable element in many computer architectures because it is used to encode a character of text in a computer. The size of a byte is typically hardware dependent, but the modern standard is 8 bits, as this is a convenient power of 2.

Swap, do a byte (B) to yottabit (Yb) conversion.