CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that component of a computer or a web server which carries out each of the calculations. Each CPU operates at a particular speed and the larger it is, the sooner everything will be processed, so if you host resource-demanding web programs on a web server, for example, a fast processor will allow them to be carried out more quickly, which will tremendously contribute to the whole user experience. The more recent generations of CPUs have 2 and more cores, each of them functioning at a specific speed to guarantee a much better and faster performance. This kind of architecture enables the processor to handle a variety of processes concurrently or several cores to control one process if it requires more computing power to be performed. Obviously, additional factors including the amount of RAM or the connection that a given server uses can also affect the performance of the Internet sites hosted on it.
CPU Share in Dedicated Servers
The dedicated server packages which we provide come with a number of hardware configurations, so that you can choose the best suited one for your Internet sites or applications. The processor for each package deal is different as well - the most powerful package features a 12-core processor that'll offer superb script execution speeds, even if your scripts are heavy and many people access and use them all at once. The CPU is extensively tested along with the rest of the elements which we use to assemble each new dedicated server, in order to make sure that the web server shall work flawlessly at all times. We will do this before we give you access to it, because we'll never make a compromise with the quality of any of the hardware components which we use. The speeds you see on our website are guaranteed for each of the packages.