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Simply put, “data throughput” is the amount of data that can be transferred from a source to another location in a given period of time. It is the unit of measure used for the performance of RAM, hard drives, and internet/network connections. Throughput measures the rate of successful data transfers in a time frame. Throughput is not to be confused with “bandwidth,” which is the maximum amount of data that can be transferred on a network.

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