Computer Memory Size Conversion Chart

Computer-Memory
Example of Memory Device : RAM

What is Computer Memory :
Its like a human brain. The computer memory is a the storage place. It holds the data and instructions that the Central Processing Unit (CPU) needs. Before a program can be control, the program is loaded from some storage medium into the memory. The memory is divided into large number of small parts called cells.

History:
In the early 1940s, memory technology mostly permitted a capacity of a few bytes. The first electronic programmable digital computer, the ENIAC, using thousands of octal-base radio vacuum tubes, could perform simple calculations involving 20 numbers of ten decimal digits which were held in the vacuum tube accumulators.

Efforts began in the late 1940s to find non-volatile memory. Jay Forrester, Jan A. Rajchman and An Wang developed magnetic core memory, which allowed for recall of memory after power loss. Magnetic core memory would become the dominant form of memory until the development of transistor-based memory in the late 1960s.

Computer Memory Conversion Table

8 Bits 1 Bytes
1000 Bytes 8.192 Kilobits 8 Kibibits 1.024 Kilobytes 1 Kibibytes
1024 Kilobytes 8.192 Megabits 7.8125 Mebibits 1.024 Megabytes 0.976563 Mebibytes
1024 Megabyte 8.192 Gigabits 7.8125 Gibibits 1.024 Gigabytes 0.953674 Gibibytes
1024 Gigabytes 8.192 Terabits 7.450581 Tibibits 1.024 Terabytes 0.931323 Tebibytes
1024 Terabytes 8.192 Petabits 7.275958 Pibibits 1.024 Petabytes 0.909495 Pebibytes
1024 Petabytes 8.192 Exabits 7.105427 Exbibits 1.024 Exabytes 0.888178 Exbibytes
1024 Exabytes 8.192 Zetabits 6.938894 Zebibits 1.024 Zetabytes 0.867362 Zebibytes
1024 Exabytes 8.192Yottait 6.776264 Yobibits 1.024 Yottabyte 0.847033 Yobibytes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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