What exactly is CPU Share? Just how are CPU shares different from ordinary CPUs? Where can you see CPU shares?
CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that part of a PC or a hosting server that performs all of the calculations. Each and every CPU runs at a certain speed and the larger it is, the speedier everything will be processed, so when you host resource-demanding web programs on a hosting server, for example, a powerful processor shall allow them to be executed much faster, which will tremendously contribute to the overall user experience. The current generations of CPUs have two and more cores, each running at a certain speed to ensure a superior and faster performance. Such architecture enables the processor to handle various processes concurrently or a number of cores to address one process if it needs additional computing power to be carried out. However, additional factors such as the amount of RAM or the connection a particular web server uses can also affect the overall performance of the web sites hosted on it.
CPU Share in Dedicated Hosting
Our dedicated server
plans provide different hardware configurations, thus, based upon what you need the server for and on your budget, you can choose the best suited one for you. Besides the various RAM and disk space allocations, each package includes different CPU shares also. The CPUs which we provide have 2-12 cores, so you'll be able to pick the package deal which will suit your requirements best. With the most powerful package, every single application you run on the server will run exceptionally fast regardless what resources it needs and irrespective of how many people are using it simultaneously, but even the lower-end package deals are good enough for most types of sites. The functionality of the CPUs is examined along with all the other hardware components, in order to make sure that the server that we will hand over to you will work faultlessly and at 100% capacity all of the time.