A collection of 8 bits Bytes are simple 8 bits of data bundled together into a collection entric Centrally Focussed Traditional VPN based and H.323 VoIP telephony relies upon a central focus on hardware to create the circuits and networks that the packetised voice data is transmitted
A unit of information used by most computers to represent a character such as a letter, number, or typographic symbol including punctuation and spaces (e.g., "g", "5" or "?"). Home / Support Centre / Glossary of Terms
A measurement of the amount of digitally stored or carried information, used to measure memory and document size. To be precise a byte is a grouping of binary digits representing information, a set of 8 bits making up a manageable unit of memory. The capacity of a floppy disk is measured in kilobytes (KB) (one kilobyte = 1024 bytes) and a hard disk in megabytes (MB) or gigabytes (GB) (one megabyte = 1024 kilobytes). A high capacity hard disk is necessary for those who wish to store numerous image (or similar memory-hungry) files but less necessary for those working solely on text documents; it will not significantly affect performance. It is the RAM capacity of a computer that affects the speed and efficiency of the machine. 32 megabytes of RAM is usually adequate for most simple computing tasks.