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A kibibyte (KiB) is a unit of digital information that represents 1,024 bytes. It is part of the binary-based system of data measurement and is used in computing to express storage capacities and file sizes. The use of kibibytes reflects the precise binary nature of digital systems, providing a more accurate measurement compared to the metric-based kilobyte, which strictly represents 1,000 bytes. Kibibytes are commonly employed in contexts where precise binary calculations are crucial, ensuring standardized representation in fields such as computer science and information technology.
A terabit (Tb) is a unit of digital information equal to 1 trillion bits. It is commonly used to quantify data transfer rates, network speeds, or storage capacities, where higher terabit values indicate substantial transmission or storage capabilities. Terabits are frequently employed in telecommunications, high-performance computing, and data-intensive applications to measure the volume of data that can be transmitted or stored over a given period, showcasing the immense capacity of modern digital systems.