The quality of the web hosting service that you will receive for your sites will depend not only on the attributes which a particular plan comes with, but also on the hardware your web apps run on. Higher CPU speeds, for example, indicate that the processes running on the server will be executed faster, while additional physical memory (RAM) means that more processes can run together. The grade of the hardware may also have an effect on the overall performance and reliability of the server. Since the hosting service these days includes not only file storage, but also databases, e-mails, logs, and so on, additional processing power is necessary to run all the system processes and to ensure that they function efficiently and without lag. When the hardware is not powerful enough, the result will be slow websites and even service timeouts as the machine might not be able to manage all requests to the Internet sites hosted on it.

24-core servers, hardware in Shared Hosting

If you choose to buy one of our shared hosting plans, you won't have to be worried about the servers where your Internet sites will be accommodated or about the lack of system resources. We take advantage of an outstanding cloud platform and each service is taken care of by a separate cluster of servers. Every single machine in the clusters has 24 processor cores and 64 GB RAM, so whatever the applications you wish to use, they'll function at top speed all of the time. We can always include more machines to any of the clusters, which means that the processing power and the disk space for our plans is practically unrestricted. For even improved performance, we employ solid-state drives for the storage, which will boost the overall performance of your Internet sites considerably. Since our servers are not only extremely powerful, but also redundant, you won't notice any downtime for any Internet site which you host with us.