Gigabits per second
Gbps is the acronym for Gigabits per second.
A unit of measurement used to quantify data transfer rates. Gigabits represents 1 billion bits, and per second indicates the rate at which data is transmitted. Gbps is often used to describe high-speed network connections, such as fiber optic or Ethernet connections, where data can be transferred at extremely fast rates.
- Abbreviation: Gbps