Learn more about what ‘CPU share’ implies when talking in relation to virtual servers.
CPU, that is sometimes called just "processor", is an abbreviation for Central Processing Unit. That's the core of each PC or web server, as it runs all the calculations and logical input/output functions. Although the performance of a site or an app depends on other things also, like the amount of physical memory or the online connectivity of the server, the rate at which a given processor works determines how soon a program will be executed. Later-generation processors have multiple cores which can significantly boost their overall power and efficiency, because every single core can manage a number of processes independently or several cores can control one process that needs a substantial processing power. Since each and every core operates at a particular speed, this architecture can be looked at as a few individual processors working together.
CPU Share in Dedicated Hosting
The dedicated server packages that we provide feature different hardware configurations, so you can select the most suitable one for your sites or applications. The processor for every single package is different as well - the most powerful package includes a 12-core processor that'll offer exceptional script execution rates, even if your scripts are extremely heavy and lots of people access and use them concurrently. The CPU is thoroughly tested along with all the other elements we use to create each and every new dedicated server, in order to make sure that the server will work faultlessly all the time. We'll do this before we give you access to it, since we shall 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 each of the packages.