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A terabyte (TB) is a unit of digital information equal to 1 trillion bytes. It is commonly used to measure the size of files, storage capacities, and data transfer rates. Terabytes are frequently employed in computing contexts, such as describing the capacity of computer hard drives, data storage devices, or the size of large datasets. The terabyte is part of the metric system, where each terabyte consists of 1,000 gigabytes or 1,000,000,000,000 bytes. The term is widely used in the realm of data storage and management, reflecting the vast amount of information that can be accommodated by modern storage solutions.
A gibibit (Gibit or Gib) is a unit of digital information equivalent to 1,073,741,824 bits. This unit is part of the binary-based system of data measurement and is commonly used in computing contexts to express data storage capacities and transfer rates. Gibibits provide a more precise binary measure compared to the metric-based gigabit, acknowledging the power-of-two nature of digital systems. They are particularly relevant in applications where accurate binary calculations are essential, ensuring a clear and standardized representation of data quantities.