Sorry, I'm not sure I'm following you...The thing is that IOPS is a characteristic that describes a storage device's capability of performing IO operations. 1Gbit card can send a stream of 1 billion bits per second, which means that if you have some fancy protocol that takes 500mil. bits to send a single I/O command then your 1Gbit link can serve 2 I/Os per second. Also you cannot just say "we have 300 IOPS" - there are such things as block size, read/write ratio etc.What is the max. IOPS an 1 GB network card give? I know the throughput is 125 Mbit/S, but what about the IOPS?
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