What is CPU Share? How are CPU shares distinct from common CPUs? Where can you see CPU shares?
CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that part of a PC or a server which carries out all the calculations. Every CPU runs at a specific speed and the larger it is, the swifter everything will be processed, so in case you host resource-demanding web applications on a web server, for example, a fast processor shall enable them to be executed much faster, which will significantly contribute to the overall user experience. The current generations of CPUs have 2 and more cores, each operating at a particular speed to guarantee a better and swifter performance. This type of architecture enables the processor to handle numerous processes simultaneously or a number of cores to address one process if it needs additional computing power in order to be completed. Naturally, additional factors such as the amount of RAM or the connection that a certain server uses may also affect the overall performance of the Internet sites hosted on it.
CPU Share in Dedicated Hosting
We provide a variety of hardware configurations with our dedicated server solutions, so as to present you with the opportunity to acquire the one you need for your apps and sites. Because you shall have an entire machine readily available, you'll be able to fully utilize its resources, including the processing power. We test out every single part before we put together a new hosting server and the CPU is not an exception, so when we hand over the hosting server, we guarantee that it will perform faultlessly. The processors have 2-12 cores with regards to the particular package, so you can choose if you want to use a lower-end plan or a hosting powerhouse that will permit you to run exceptionally heavy and resource-demanding apps. The effective CPUs will boost the speed of your sites even if they get a significant amount of visitors.