CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that part of a home PC or a server that runs all the calculations. Every CPU functions at a specific speed and the bigger it is, the speedier everything shall be processed, so when you host resource-demanding web apps on a web server, for instance, a fast processor shall enable them to be carried out more quickly, which will greatly contribute to the overall user experience. The new generations of CPUs have two and more cores, each working at a specific speed to ensure a better and swifter performance. This sort of architecture permits the processor to manage a variety of processes at one time or several cores to address a single process if it requires additional computing power in order to be completed. Naturally, other factors including the amount of RAM or the connection which a given web server uses may also affect the performance of the websites hosted on it.

CPU Share in Dedicated Servers

Our dedicated server plans have various hardware configurations, so, based on what you need the web server for and on your budget, you can choose the most suitable one for you. In addition to the different RAM and disk space allocations, each package deal comes with different CPU shares too. The CPUs we make available have 2-12 cores, so you are able to choose the package that'll suit your needs best. With the most powerful package deal, each app that you run on the hosting server shall run exceptionally fast regardless what resources it needs and no matter how many people are using it at the same time, but even the lower-end packages are good enough for most types of Internet sites. The overall performance of the CPUs is examined alongside all the other hardware components, so as to guarantee that the web server that we'll hand over to you will work faultlessly and at top capacity all of the time.