Depends on who you ask. The comp sci answer is:
1GB = 1024*1024*1024 bytes == 1073741824
Of course the harddrive manufactures will tell you that 1GB is
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We get an ip usage accounting file sent to us once per month. The
numbers are huge. What is the formula to convert bits to GB?
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