CPU, that's oftentimes called just "processor", is an abbreviation for Central Processing Unit. That's the core of any computer or web server, because it runs all of the calculations and logical input/output functions. Although the performance of a website or an application relies upon other things also, like the amount of physical memory or the connectivity of the server, the pace at which a particular processor works determines how fast an application will be executed. Later-generation processors have a number of cores which can seriously improve their overall power and efficiency, since each core can handle a number of processes separately or several cores can take on a single process which requires a significant processing power. Due to the fact that every single core operates at a specific speed, this architecture can be looked at as numerous independent processors working together.

CPU Share in Dedicated Web Hosting

The dedicated server packages we provide include various hardware configurations, so you can pick the most suitable one for your Internet sites or programs. The processor for each and every package is different too - the most powerful package comes with a 12-core processor that will provide remarkable script execution rates, even if your scripts are extremely heavy and many people access and use them all at once. The CPU is thoroughly tested along with all the other parts which we use to assemble every single new dedicated server, in order to make sure that the hosting server will work faultlessly all the time. We will do this before we give you access to it, due to the fact that we will never make a compromise with the quality of any of the hardware components that we use. The speeds which you see on our site are guaranteed for every single one of the packages.