An Exabit (Eb or Ebit) is a unit of measurement for digital information transfer rate. It is equal to 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 (one quintillion) bits. It is used to measure the speed of extremely high-speed data transfer over communication networks, such as high-speed internet backbones and advanced computer networks.
- One Exabit is defined as 1018 or 10006 Bits
- Exabit is a decimal unit defined as per SI standard
- 1 Exabit = 1000 Petabits
- The unit symbol for Exabit is Ebit
- Exbibit (Eib), the binary equivalent of Exabit, is made up of 10246 bits
- 1000 Exabits = 1 Zettabit (Zbit)