Within the switch yes because you have 24 x 100 = 2.4Gbps and you have a 16Gbps switch fabric. You could get some contention on the uplink ports as they provide only 2Gbps capacity but it is unlikely that all 24 ports will be working at full capacity at the same time.
Switch fabric defines total switching capacity, and most of the time the uplink ports are communication bottleneck, since most of communication is not local and uplink capacity is limited by how many port you connect to where.
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