CPU, which is sometimes called just "processor", is an abbreviation for Central Processing Unit. That's the core of each and every laptop or computer or web server, since it executes all of the calculations and logical input/output procedures. Though the performance of an Internet site or an application relies on other things too, including the amount of physical memory or the connectivity of the server, the rate at which a certain processor performs determines how soon a program shall be executed. Later-generation processors have a number of cores that can considerably boost their overall power and efficiency, since every core can control a variety of processes individually or a number of cores can take on one process that requires a substantial processing power. Since every single core functions at a specific speed, this architecture can be viewed as numerous individual processors cooperating.
CPU Share in Dedicated Hosting
The dedicated server solutions which we provide come with different hardware configurations, so that you can select the suitable one for your Internet sites or programs. The processor for each package deal is different as well - the most powerful package comes with a 12-core processor that will provide outstanding script execution speeds, even if your scripts are really heavy and lots of people access and use them all at once. The CPU is extensively examined together with all the other parts that we use to build every new dedicated server, so as to make sure that the web server shall work faultlessly all the time. We'll do this before we give you access to it, as we'll never make a compromise with the quality of any of the hardware components which we use. The speeds that you see on our site are guaranteed for each of the packages.