All arithmetical and logical procedures inside a computer/server configuration are tackled by its Central Processing Unit, or CPU. This hardware part is typically called the "brains" of the personal computer as well. The rate at which the CPU runs system instructions is typically referred to as its speed which is measured in Hertz. The swifter the processing unit is, the more quickly scripts and web applications will be executed, although the performance of the latter depends upon other things as well - the read/write speed of the hard disk, the amount of physical memory, the network connectivity, etc. All new CPUs have numerous cores, that work together. Thus, the overall performance and the workload which a CPU can manage increase, as each core can process a number of tasks independently and a number of cores can handle one task that can't be processed by a single core.

CPU Share in Dedicated Servers

If you want to buy a dedicated server through our company, you will be able to choose between a number of different package deals that have different configurations. In this way, you'll be able to buy the most suitable plan in accordance with your budget and the system resources that you'll require for your online/offline applications. Our most powerful plan has a twelve-core processor that will ensure the incredibly quick execution of any script which you run on the web server. Every single CPU that we use when we build a new hosting server is fully examined to make sure that it shall operate faultlessly even when there’s an exceptionally heavy workload. The processor speeds listed on our Internet site are guaranteed constantly, as you will be the only one who will utilize the system resources of the whole web server.