What is bandwidth? In terms of computers, a typical definition of bandwidth by Internet Service Providers (ISP) is given as a data transfer rate. To be specified it is actually the amount of data that the network is enable to transport from one area to other during a particular time period, usually it’s one second. Or you can say that bandwidth means the total amount of data downloaded from and uploaded to a server in a specific time period. This type of bandwidth is calculated in various terms like Kilobits per second or kbps and Megabits per second or mbps. When more bandwidth is required it is calculated in Gigabits per second or Gbps.
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