Learn more about what ‘CPU share’ implies when talking about virtual servers.
CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that component of a computer system or a hosting server which carries out the calculations. Every CPU functions at a specific speed and the larger it is, the swifter everything shall be processed, so if you host resource-demanding web applications on a server, for instance, a powerful processor shall allow them to be carried out speedier, which will greatly contribute to the whole user experience. The new generations of CPUs have 2 and more cores, each one working at a specific speed to ensure a much better and faster performance. This sort of architecture makes it possible for the processor to handle numerous processes concurrently or a number of cores to handle a single process if it requires additional computing power in order to be completed. However, other elements including the amount of RAM or the connection a certain hosting server uses may also affect the performance of the websites hosted on it.
CPU Share in Dedicated Web Hosting
We provide several different hardware configurations with our dedicated server plans, to give you the opportunity to get the one which you need for your programs and Internet sites. Because you will have an entire machine readily available, you will be able to fully utilize its resources, such as the processing power. We test each component before we build a new server and the CPU isn't an exception, so when we hand over the machine, we guarantee that it shall work perfectly. The processors have 2-12 cores depending on the particular plan, so you can choose if you would like to use a lower-end package deal or a hosting powerhouse which will allow you to run really heavy and resource-demanding programs. The potent CPUs will boost the speed of your sites even if they get a massive number of visitors.