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What is my switch backplane

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Hi,

I have this switch  : DGS-3100-48 ST

It is a 1Gb port switch, my question is what is the backplane of this switch.
How many full 1 Gb transfer on the same time can i handle with this switch?

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The spec sheet shows the switch capacity at 116gbps.  Which would be enough to allow all ports to transmit (and receive) simultaneously.
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Thank you
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