How many exabyte in 1 megabyte?
The answer is 9.0949470177293E-13.
We assume you are converting between exabyte and megabyte.
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The main non-SI unit for computer data storage is the byte.
1 byte is equal to 8.673617379884E-19 exabyte, or 9.5367431640625E-7 megabyte.
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››Quick conversion chart of exabyte to megabyte

1 exabyte to megabyte = 1099511627776 megabyte

2 exabyte to megabyte = 2199023255552 megabyte

3 exabyte to megabyte = 3298534883328 megabyte

4 exabyte to megabyte = 4398046511104 megabyte

5 exabyte to megabyte = 5497558138880 megabyte

6 exabyte to megabyte = 6597069766656 megabyte

7 exabyte to megabyte = 7696581394432 megabyte

8 exabyte to megabyte = 8796093022208 megabyte

9 exabyte to megabyte = 9895604649984 megabyte

10 exabyte to megabyte = 10995116277760 megabyte

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Most users prefer the non-SI common usage for this term, so on this site an exabyte is the same as an exbibyte, which equals 2^{60} bytes.

››Definition: Megabyte

A megabyte is a unit of information or computer storage equal to 1,048,576 bytes. The official SI definition uses the "mebibyte" or MiB unit to represent 2^{20} bytes. However, most people have requested the more common usage, so the non-SI version is used on this site.

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