24-core servers, hardware
What amount of CPU cores will a server demand? Learn what a 24-core server can do.
The quality of the web hosting service that you receive for your websites is dependent not only on the features which a certain plan contains, but also on the hardware your web apps run on. Higher CPU speeds, for example, mean that the processes running on the web hosting server will be executed quicker, while more physical memory (RAM) means that more processes can run simultaneously. The grade of the hardware may also influence the overall performance and dependability of the server. Since the Internet hosting service today includes not only file storage, but also databases, emails, logs, etc, extra processing power is necessary to run all of the system processes and to ensure that they work properly and without lag. In the event that the hardware is not powerful enough, the result will be sluggish sites or even service timeouts because the machine may not be able to deal with all requests to the Internet sites hosted on it.
24-core servers, hardware in Shared Website Hosting
The servers that we use for our shared website hosting
solutions are powerful enough to provide the best possible performance of your websites and if you are moving from another company, you'll quickly feel the difference. Not only is our system comprised of clusters of servers which take care of every single part of the hosting service (files, emails, databases, logs, etc.), but each cluster consists of powerful machines, each one with 24-core processors, 64 GB RAM and SSD drives. The hardware stands behind our service and performance guarantees and no matter what applications you would like to run, you will not notice any decrease in the performance. The hosting service makes use of the power of all machines and since we can add servers to each cluster, we practically have a web hosting powerhouse with immense resources. Since your sites will be hosted on this platform, the hardware will never be a limit for their growth.