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## Convert Gbps to GBps – Data Rate … – CheckYourMath

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Conversion Definitions

The following is a list of definitions relating to conversions between Gigabits per second and Gigabytes per second.

What is a Gigabit per second (Gbps)?

A Gigabit per second is a unit used to measure data transfer rates and is based on “Decimal multiples of bits”. The symbol for Gigabit per second is Gbps or Gb/s or Gbit/s. There are 8 Gigabits per second in a Gigabyte per second.

What is a Gigabyte per second (GBps)?

A Gigabyte per second is a unit used to measure data transfer rates and is based on “Decimal multiples of Bytes”. The symbol for Gigabyte per second is GBps or GB/s. There are 0. 125 Gigabytes per second in a Gigabit per second.

Conversion Formula

Let’s take a closer look at the conversion formula so that you can do these conversions yourself with a calculator or with an old-fashioned pencil and paper.

The formula to convert from Gigabits per second to Gigabytes per second is:

Gigabytes per second = Gigabits per second ÷ 8

Conversion Example

Next, let’s look at an example showing the work and calculations that are involved in converting from Gigabits per second to Gigabytes per second (Gbps to GBps).

Gigabits per second to Gigabytes per second Conversion Example

Task: Convert 35, 000 Gigabits per second to Gigabytes per second (show work)

Formula:

Gbps ÷ 8 = GBps

Calculations:

35, 000 Gbps ÷ 8 = 4, 375 GBps

Result:

35, 000 Gbps is equal to 4, 375 GBps

Conversion Table

For quick reference purposes, below is a conversion table that you can use to convert from Gigabits per second to Gigabytes per second (Gbps to GBps).

Gigabits per second to Gigabytes per second Conversion Chart

Gigabits per second (Gbps)

Gigabytes per second (GBps)

1 Gbps0. 125 GBps

2 Gbps0. 25 GBps

3 Gbps0. 375 GBps

4 Gbps0. 5 GBps

5 Gbps0. 625 GBps

6 Gbps0. 75 GBps

7 Gbps0. 875 GBps

8 Gbps1 GBps

9 Gbps1. 125 GBps

10 Gbps1. 25 GBps

20 Gbps2. 5 GBps

30 Gbps3. 75 GBps

40 Gbps5 GBps

50 Gbps6. 25 GBps

75 Gbps9. 375 GBps

100 Gbps12. 5 GBps

250 Gbps31. 25 GBps

500 Gbps62. 5 GBps

750 Gbps93. 75 GBps

1, 000 Gbps125 GBps

2, 500 Gbps312. 5 GBps

5, 000 Gbps625 GBps

7, 500 Gbps937. 5 GBps

10, 000 Gbps1, 250 GBps

25, 000 Gbps3, 125 GBps

50, 000 Gbps6, 250 GBps

75, 000 Gbps9, 375 GBps

100, 000 Gbps12, 500 GBps

250, 000 Gbps31, 250 GBps

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## Data-rate units – Wikipedia

Bit rates

Name

Symbol

Multiple

bit per second

bit/s

1

Decimal prefixes (SI)

kilobit per second

kbit/s

103

10001

megabit per second

Mbit/s

106

10002

gigabit per second

Gbit/s

109

10003

terabit per second

Tbit/s

1012

10004

Binary prefixes (IEC 80000-13)

kibibit per second

Kibit/s

210

10241

mebibit per second

Mibit/s

220

10242

gibibit per second

Gibit/s

230

10243

tebibit per second

Tibit/s

240

10244

In telecommunications, data-transfer rate is the average number of bits (bitrate), characters or symbols (baudrate), or data blocks per unit time passing through a communication link in a data-transmission system. Common data rate units are multiples of bits per second (bit/s) and bytes per second (B/s). For example, the data rates of modern residential high-speed Internet connections are commonly expressed in megabits per second (Mbit/s).

Standards for unit symbols and prefixes[edit]

Unit symbol[edit]

The ISQ symbols for the bit and byte are bit and B, respectively. In the context of data-rate units, one byte consists of 8 bits, and is synonymous with the unit octet. The abbreviation bps is often used to mean bit/s, so that when a 1 Mbps connection is advertised, it usually means that the maximum achievable bandwidth is 1 Mbit/s (one million bits per second), which is 0. 125 MB/s (megabyte per second), or about 0. 1192 MiB/s (mebibyte per second). The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) uses the symbol b for bit.

Unit prefixes[edit]

In both the SI and ISQ, the prefix k stands for kilo, meaning 1, 000, while Ki is the symbol for the binary prefix kibi-, meaning 1, 024. The binary prefixes were introduced in 1998 by the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) and in IEEE 1541-2002 which was reaffirmed on 27 March 2008. The letter K is often used as a non-standard abbreviation for 1, 024, especially in “KB” to mean KiB, the kilobyte in its binary sense. In the context of data rates, however, typically only decimal prefixes are used, and they have their standard SI interpretation.

Variations[edit]

In 1999, the IEC published Amendment 2 to “IEC 60027-2: Letter symbols to be used in electrical technology – Part 2: Telecommunications and electronics. ” This standard, approved in 1998, introduced the prefixes kibi-, mebi-, gibi-, tebi-, pebi-, and exbi- to be used in specifying binary multiples of a quantity. The name is derived from the first two letters of the original SI prefixes followed by bi (short for binary). It also clarifies that the SI prefixes are used only to mean powers of 10 and never powers of 2.

Decimal multiples of bits[edit]

These units are often used in a manner inconsistent with the IEC standard.

Kilobit per second[edit]

kilobit per second (symbol kbit/s or kb/s, often abbreviated “kbps”) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

1, 000 bits per second

125 bytes per second

Megabit per second[edit]

megabit per second (symbol Mbit/s or Mb/s, often abbreviated “Mbps”) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

1, 000 kilobits per second

1, 000, 000 bits per second

125, 000 bytes per second

125 kilobytes per second

Gigabit per second[edit]

gigabit per second (symbol Gbit/s or Gb/s, often abbreviated “Gbps”) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

1, 000 megabits per second

1, 000, 000 kilobits per second

1, 000, 000, 000 bits per second

125, 000, 000 bytes per second

125 megabytes per second

Terabit per second[edit]

terabit per second (symbol Tbit/s or Tb/s, sometimes abbreviated “Tbps”) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

1, 000 gigabits per second

1, 000, 000 megabits per second

1, 000, 000, 000 kilobits per second

1, 000, 000, 000, 000 bits per second

125, 000, 000, 000 bytes per second

125 gigabytes per second

Decimal multiples of bytes[edit]

These units are often not used in the suggested ways; see above section titled “variations”.

Kilobyte per second[edit]

kilobyte per second (kB/s) (can be abbreviated as kBps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

8, 000 bits per second

1, 000 bytes per second

8 kilobits per second

Megabyte per second[edit]

megabyte per second (MB/s) (can be abbreviated as MBps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

8, 000, 000 bits per second

1, 000, 000 bytes per second

1, 000 kilobytes per second

8 megabits per second

Gigabyte per second[edit]

gigabyte per second (GB/s) (can be abbreviated as GBps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

8, 000, 000, 000 bits per second

1, 000, 000, 000 bytes per second

1, 000, 000 kilobytes per second

1, 000 megabytes per second

8 gigabits per second

Terabyte per second[edit]

terabyte per second (TB/s) (can be abbreviated as TBps) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to:

8, 000, 000, 000, 000 bits per second

1, 000, 000, 000, 000 bytes per second

1, 000, 000, 000 kilobytes per second

1, 000, 000 megabytes per second

1, 000 gigabytes per second

8 terabits per second

Conversion table[edit]

byte per second

bit per second (formula)

byte per second (formula)

0. 125

1/8

B/s

8

1, 000

125

1/8 × 103

1, 024

128

27

kilobyte per second

kB/s

8, 000

8 × 103

kibibyte per second

KiB/s

8, 192

213

1, 000, 000

125, 000

1/8 × 106

1, 048, 576

131, 072

217

megabyte per second

MB/s

8, 000, 000

8 × 106

mebibyte per second

MiB/s

8, 388, 608

223

1, 000, 000, 000

125, 000, 000

1/8 × 109

1, 073, 741, 824

134, 217, 728

227

gigabyte per second

GB/s

8, 000, 000, 000

8 × 109

gibibyte per second

GiB/s

8, 589, 934, 592

233

1, 000, 000, 000, 000

125, 000, 000, 000

1/8 × 1012

1, 099, 511, 627, 776

137, 438, 953, 472

237

terabyte per second

TB/s

8, 000, 000, 000, 000

8 × 1012

tebibyte per second

TiB/s

8, 796, 093, 022, 208

243

Examples of bit rates[edit]

Quantity

Unit

bits per second

bytes per second

Field

Description

56

56, 000

7, 000

Networking

56kbit modem – 56 kbit/s – 56, 000 bit/s

64

64, 000

64 kbit/s in an ISDN B channel or best quality, uncompressed telephone line.

1, 536

1, 536, 000

192, 000

24 channels of telephone in the US, or a good VTC T1.

10

10, 000, 000

1, 250, 000

107 bit/s is the speed of classic Ethernet: 10BASE2, 10BASE5, 10BASE-T

Biology

Research suggests that the human retina transmits data to the brain at the rate of ca. 107 bit/s[1] [2][dubious – discuss]

54

54, 000, 000

6, 750, 000

802. 11g, Wireless G LAN

100

100, 000, 000

12, 500, 000

Fast Ethernet

600

600, 000, 000

75, 000, 000

802. 11n, Wireless N LAN

1 Gigabit Ethernet

10, 000, 000, 000

1, 250, 000, 000

10 Gigabit Ethernet

100, 000, 000, 000

12, 500, 000, 000

100 Gigabit Ethernet

SEA-ME-WE 4 submarine communications cable – 1. 28 terabits per second[3]

4

4, 000

500

Audio data

minimum achieved for encoding recognizable speech (using special-purpose speech codecs)

low bit rate telephone quality

32

32, 000

MW quality and ADPCM voice in telephony, doubling the capacity of a 30 chan link to 60 ch.

128, 000

16, 000

128 kbit/s MP3 – 128, 000 bit/s

192

24, 000

192 kbit/s MP3 – 192, 000 bit/s

1, 411. 2

1, 411, 200

176, 400

CD audio (uncompressed, 16 bit samples × 44. 1 kHz × 2 channels)

2

2, 000, 000

250, 000

Video data

30 channels of telephone audio or a Video Tele-Conference at VHS quality

DVD quality

27, 000, 000

3, 375, 000

HDTV quality

1. 244

1, 244, 000, 000

155, 500, 000

OC-24, a 1. 244 Gbit/s SONET data channel

9. 953

9, 953, 000, 000

1, 244, 125, 000

OC-192, a 9. 953 Gbit/s SONET data channel

39. 813

39, 813, 000, 000

4, 976, 625, 000

OC-768, a 39. 813 Gbit/s SONET data channel, the fastest in current use

60

480, 000, 000

60, 000, 000

Computer data interfaces

USB 2. 0 High-Speed

98. 3

786, 432, 000

98, 304, 000

FireWire IEEE 1394b-2002 S800

120

960, 000, 000

120, 000, 000

Harddrive read, Samsung SpinPoint F1 HD103Uj[4]

133

1, 064, 000, 000

133, 000, 000

Parallel ATA UDMA 6

PCI 32-bit at 33 MHz (standard configuration)

188

1, 504, 000, 000

188, 000, 000

SATA I 1. 5 Gbit/s – First generation

375

3, 000, 000, 000

375, 000, 000

SATA II 3Gbit/s – Second generation

4, 000, 000, 000

500, 000, 000

PCI Express x1 v2. 0

5. 0

5, 000, 000, 000

625, 000, 000

USB 3. 0 SuperSpeed – a. k. a. USB 3. 1 Gen1

750

6, 000, 000, 000

750, 000, 000

SATA III 6 Gbit/s – Third generation

1067

8, 533, 333, 333

1, 066, 666, 667

PCI-X 64 bit 133 MHz

USB 3. 1 SuperSpeed+ – a. 1 Gen2

1250

Thunderbolt

2500

20, 000, 000, 000

2, 500, 000, 000

Thunderbolt 2

5000

40, 000, 000, 000

Thunderbolt 3

8000

64, 000, 000, 000

PCI Express x16 v2. 0

12000

96, 000, 000, 000

12, 000, 000, 000

InfiniBand 12X QDR

16000

128, 000, 000, 000

16, 000, 000, 000

PCI Express x16 v3. 0

See also[edit]

Binary prefix

Bit rate

List of device bandwidths

Orders of magnitude (bit rate)

Orders of magnitude (data)

SI prefix

Instructions per second

Notes[edit]

^ “Penn Researchers Calculate How Much the Eye Tells the Brain”. 26 July 2006.

^ Koch K, J McLean, R Segev, MA Freed, MJ Berry II, V Balasubramanian, P Sterling. 2006. How much the eye tells the brain. Current Biology 16:1428-1434., 26 July 2006

^ “Fujitsu Completes Construction of SEA-ME-WE 4 Submarine Cable Network”. Fujitsu Press Releases. Fujitsu. 2005-12-13. Archived from the original on 2007-03-17. Retrieved 2008-01-31.

^ “Samsung overtakes”.

References[edit]

International Electrotechnical Commission (2007). “Prefixes for binary multiples” (archived). Retrieved on 2007-05-06. – updated page lacks table but now references IEC 80000-13:2008 rather than IEC 60027-2.

IEC 60027-2 “Letter symbols to be used in electrical technology – Part 2: Telecommunications and electronics+

Donald Knuth: “What is a kilobyte? ”

External links[edit]

Valid8 Data Rate Calculator

## Gbit to GB Conversion Gigabits to Gigabytes Calculator

Gigabits

Gigabit is a data information transfer or storage measurement unit, which is equal to 1, 000, 000, 000 bits or 109 bits. Gigabit has a symbol of Gbit. This unit is commonly used to estimate local area network (LAN) connection speed or for measurement of data transfer between two nodes. 1 gigabit = 10003 bits

1 gigabit = 10003 × (1/(8×10003)) gigabytes

1 gigabit = (1/8) gigabytes

1 Gbit = 0. 125 GB

Gigabytes

Gigabyte (GB) is one of the most commonly used units of digital information which is equal to 1, 000, 000, 000 bytes. However, in computer operating science, the value of 1 GB is considered to be equal to 230 or 10243 bytes which is equal to 1, 073, 741, 824 bytes. GB is often used for indicating a size of memory or specifying a size of a movie, computer RAM, and so on. The maximum amount of information stored in a single layer DVD is usually close to 4. 8 GB, and the maximum amount of information that can be stored in a single layer Blu-ray disc is equal to 25 GB. 1 gigabyte = 10003 bytes

1 byte = 8 bit

1 gigabyte = 8×10003 bits

1 bit = (1 / (8×10003)) GB

## Frequently Asked Questions about gbps vs gbps

### Is Gbps the same as GB S?

gigabit per second (symbol Gbit/s or Gb/s, often abbreviated “Gbps”) is a unit of data transfer rate equal to: … 1,000,000,000 bits per second. 125,000,000 bytes per second.

### How many GB is Gbps?

Gigabits to Gigabytes Conversion TableGigabits (Gbit)Gigabytes (GB)1 Gbit0.125 GB2 Gbit0.25 GB3 Gbit0.375 GB4 Gbit0.5 GB36 more rows

### Is 100 Mbps equal to 1 Gbps?

100 Mbps is 100 megabits per second, 1 Gbps or “gig”, is 10 times faster and equal to 1,000 Mbps. To put this into perspective, the average cable internet speed is around 10 Mbps.