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Input/output operations per second (IOPS) is the measure of how many input/output operations a storage device can complete within one second. It is a standard performance benchmark for hard drives, solid state drives, flash drives and even network attached storage (NAS) devices. Although IOPS is a common performance indicator, performance measures for the same device can vary from system to system based on other factors.
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