24-core servers, hardware
Discover what a 24-CPU-core web server can do. What amount of cores does a hosting server require anyway?
The quality of the hosting service which you receive for your Internet sites is dependent not only on the characteristics that a given plan contains, but also on the hardware your web applications work on. Increased CPU speeds, for instance, suggest that the processes running on the web hosting server will be performed more quickly, while more physical memory (RAM) means that even more processes can run simultaneously. The quality of the hardware could also have an impact on the general performance and dependability of the server. As the web hosting service today features not only file storage, but also databases, e-mails, logs, etcetera, more processing power is necessary to run all of the system processes and to ensure that they run properly and with no lag. In the event that the hardware is not powerful enough, the result will be slow websites or even service timeouts since the machine might not be able to manage all requests to the sites hosted on it.
24-core servers, hardware in Hosting
In case you obtain a hosting account from our company, you will be able to take full advantage of a really powerful setup that will provide amazing performance of every web application that you decide to host on our end. We've employed a revolutionary cloud platform where each part of the hosting service is taken care of by an individual cluster of servers. Each and every machine which is part of any of the clusters includes 64 GB RAM that will enable you to run multiple applications, while the speed of your Internet sites shall be guaranteed by powerful 24-core processors and solid-state drives. Every cluster can be extended by connecting additional machines for even more substantial power, which means that there is no upper limit for the resources which our customers will be able to use at any given time. Unlike many competitors, we do not run everything on a single machine and we don't save on the hardware at the expense of performance.