What exactly is CPU Share? In what way are CPU shares different from regular CPUs? Where can you see CPU shares?
CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that element of a home PC or a hosting server that performs all the calculations. Every CPU operates at a particular speed and the larger it is, the faster everything will be processed, so when you host resource-demanding web apps on a web server, for instance, a quick processor will allow them to be carried out speedier, which will considerably contribute to the whole user experience. The current generations of CPUs have two and more cores, each of them running at a particular speed to guarantee a superior and faster performance. This type of architecture enables the processor to manage different processes at one time or a number of cores to address one process if it needs additional computing power in order to be executed. Needless to say, other elements such as the amount of RAM or the connection that a given server uses can also affect the efficiency of the sites hosted on it.
CPU Share in Dedicated Servers
If you decide to acquire a dedicated server from our company, you'll be able to pick between a number of different packages which have different configurations. In this way, you can order the best suited plan depending on your budget and the system resources you need for your online/offline apps. Our most powerful package features a twelve-core processor that will guarantee the incredibly fast execution of any script which you run on the hosting server. Every CPU we use when we put together a new web server is extensively tested to make sure that it'll function flawlessly even when there’s an exceptionally heavy workload. The processor speeds listed on our Internet site are guaranteed constantly, since you will be the only one who will utilize the system resources of the whole hosting server.