Learn more about what ‘CPU share’ indicates when talking related to virtual servers.
CPU, that's oftentimes called just "processor", is an abbreviation for Central Processing Unit. That's the core of each laptop or computer or server, since it runs all the calculations and logical input/output procedures. Though the performance of a site or an application is determined by other things too, including the amount of physical memory or the connection of the server, the rate at which a specific processor performs determines how quickly an application will be executed. Later-generation processors have a number of cores that can significantly increase their overall power and efficiency, since each and every core can handle several processes independently or several cores can deal with a single process which needs a sizeable computing power. Because every single core functions at a specific speed, this architecture can be seen as several separate processors working together.
CPU Share in VPS Servers
If you opt to host your Internet sites on a VPS server
from our company, you'll be able to choose from a number of packages which feature different resources, including the CPU share that will be allotted to the new account. Thus, you can opt for a package that'll be well suited for your Internet sites with regard to both the resources and the monthly fee you will pay for them. We use extremely powerful physical servers with multi-core processors working at 3.0+ GHz, so the CPU quota that you'll get will be guaranteed at all times, considering the fact that we set up just a few virtual servers on the physical machines. This provides you the possibility to upgrade your package deal in the future as much as you require, without the need to worry that there will not be enough system resources on the hosting server. This sort of an upgrade will take only two clicks in your billing Control Panel.