# What Are Computer Memory Units?

## Computer Units

We usually hear that the memory capacities of computers, mobile phones, televisions, and many other electronic devices in our lives are this. In this article, we will see what these memory values are.
The smallest unit of capacity used on the computer is a bit. One bit; It consists of 0 (zero) or 1 (one). When 8 bits come together, 1 byte (read as a byte) is formed. Each character occupies one byte on the computer. So 1 character = 1 byte. Now let’s see what the next byte values are.

 8 bit = 1 Byte 1024 byte = 1 KiloByte 1024 kilobyte = 1 MegaByte 1024 megabyte = 1 GigaByte 1024 gigabyte = 1 TeraByte 1024 terabyte = 1 PetaByte 1024 petabyte = 1 EksaByte 1024 exabyte = 1 ZettaByte 1024 zettabyte = 1 YottaByte 1024YottaByte = 1 Brontobyte 1024 Brontobytes = 1 Geopbyte 1024 Geopbyte = 1 Saganbyte 1024 Saganbyte = 1 Pijabyte 1024 Pijabyte = 1 Alphabyte 1024 Alphabyte = 1 Kryatbyte 1024 Kryatbyte = 1 Amosbyte 1024 Amosbyte = 1 Pectrolbyte 1024 Pectrolbyte = 1 Bolgerbyte 1024 Bolgerbyte = 1 Sambobyte 1024 Sambobyte = 1 Quesabyte 1024 Quesabyte = 1 Kinsabyte 1024 Kinsabyte = 1 Rutherbyte 1024 Rutherbyte = 1 Dubnibyte 1024 Dubnibyte = 1 Seaborgbyte 1024 Seaborgbyte = 1 Bohrbyte 1024 Bohrbyte = 1 Hassiubyte 1024 Hassiubyte = 1 Meitnerbyte 1024 Meitnerbyte = 1 Darmstadbyte 1024 Darmstadbyte = 1 Roentbyte 1024 Roentbyte = 1 Coperbyte

More memory names will emerge as data capacities increase in the coming years. In short, it will be inevitable to add new units to this list after years.

I hope it has been a useful article.