- 1. Giga-Byte. Unit of storage. Abbreviated as GB (not to be confused with Gb, which is giga-bit). For details see gigabyte.
- 2. Giga-bit. Unit of storage. Abbreviated as Gb, note the small "b" as
this distinguishes it from GB.
A Giga-bit is a (230) bits. Since there are 8 bits to a byte, 8 Gb = 1 GB.
For more information see:
- http://everything.explained.at/gigabit/ - Gigabit explained.
- 3. Great Britain. Great Britain is made up of England, Wales and Scotland.
- 4. God Bless.