Bits-per-second (bps) is the standard for describing the speed of computer communications. One megabit per second (Mbps) equals one million bits per second. Meanwhile, a megabyte is used to describe file sizes. One digital photo, for example, might be one or two megabytes in size. In order for a one megabyte file to move across a networks you need eight megabits per second of speed. The more speed you have, the faster all those files and information can move. Bits move bytes.
Upload speed is the speed at which you can send information from your computer or device to the web. It's especially important for video conferencing, sharing larger files online, interactive learning, and two-way online gaming - as well as advanced "cloud computing" that involves ongoing communication between your computer and the web. Ideally, all of these applications would work best if upload speed were as high as download speed. Logic is the only company on island to offer symmetrical download and upload speeds up to 10Mbps.