Find out more on what ‘CPU share’ means when talking about virtual servers.
CPU, that's oftentimes called just "processor", is an abbreviation for Central Processing Unit. This is the core of any personal computer or hosting server, because it performs all the calculations and logical input/output operations. Although the performance of a site or an app depends on other things also, including the amount of physical memory or the online connectivity of the web server, the speed at which a particular processor performs determines how quick an application will be executed. Later-generation processors have multiple cores which can severely increase their overall power and efficiency, because each and every core can control a number of processes independently or several cores can control 1 process which needs a sizeable computing power. Because every single core functions at a specific speed, this architecture can be viewed as a number of individual processors working together.
CPU Share in Dedicated Servers
Our dedicated server solutions offer a variety of hardware configurations, so, based on what you need the server for and on your budget, you can choose the suitable one for you. Besides the different RAM and disk space allocations, every plan comes with different CPU shares as well. The CPUs we make available have 2-12 cores, so you can choose the plan that'll match your requirements best. With the most powerful package deal, each application you run on the server will run extremely fast regardless of the resources it needs and irrespective of how many people are using it at the same time, but even the lower-end packages are sufficient for most kinds of sites. The overall performance of the CPUs is tested alongside all the other hardware components, so as to make sure that the machine which we will hand over to you will work faultlessly and at maximum capacity at all times.