24-core servers, hardware
How many CPU cores does a server demand? Learn what a 24-core server is capable of.
The quality of the web hosting service which you receive for your sites is dependent not only on the characteristics that a particular plan has, but also on the hardware your web applications run on. Increased CPU speeds, for instance, indicate that the processes running on the hosting server will be performed more quickly, while more physical memory (RAM) indicates that even more processes can run concurrently. The grade of the hardware can also impact the overall performance and reliability of the server. Since the Internet hosting service today features not just file storage, but also databases, emails, logs, etc, more processing power is necessary to run all of the system processes and to make sure that they work correctly and without lag. In the event that the hardware is not powerful enough, the result will be slow websites or even service timeouts as the machine may not be able to manage all requests to the Internet sites hosted on it.
24-core servers, hardware in Shared Web Hosting
The servers that we use for our shared web hosting plans are powerful enough to provide the ultimate performance of your Internet sites and if you are moving from some other company, you will quickly feel the difference. Not only is our system comprised of clusters of servers which manage each and every 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. Our hardware stands behind our service and performance warranties and regardless of the apps you wish to run, you will not notice any decrease in their performance. The web hosting service takes advantage of the power of all machines and since we can add servers to each cluster, we practically have a web hosting powerhouse with limitless resources. As your Internet sites will be hosted on this platform, the hardware will never be a limit for their growth.