What is a byte?

A byte is a unit of digital information used to encode text in a computer. It is the smallest unit of memory in most computer infrastructure.

Technology Term:

Byte

Standard Definition Exists?

A unit of digital information that most commonly consists of eight bits.

Accepted Acronym:

Byte

Year first used/coined:

1956

Attributed to:

Werner Buchholz

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