Throughput, Computer Networking

Throughput is a calculate of the rate at which data can be transmit through the network. The throughput capability of the underlying hardware is known bandwidth. Because every frame has headers, the effective throughput is minimum than the hardware bandwidth.

Networking professional usually use the term speed as a synonym for throughput.

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