All arithmetical and logical functions in a computer/server configuration are handled by its Central Processing Unit, or CPU. This hardware element is typically called the "brains" of the computer system too. The rate at which the CPU completes system instructions is commonly referred to as its speed and it's measured in Hertz. The faster the processing unit is, the more quickly scripts and web applications shall be executed, though the overall performance of the latter is dependent upon other things as well - the read/write speed of the hard disk, the amount of physical memory, the network connectivity, and so forth. All new CPUs have several cores, which work together. Because of this, the functionality and the workload that a CPU can manage increase, because each core can process various tasks separately and several cores can handle 1 task that cannot be processed by 1 core.
CPU Share in Dedicated Servers
The dedicated server solutions that we provide come with a variety of hardware configurations, so you can pick the most suitable one for your websites or applications. The processor for each package deal is different too - the most powerful package includes a 12-core processor that'll guarantee fantastic script execution speeds, even if your scripts are very heavy and many people access and use them all at once. The CPU is diligently tested along with the rest of the components we use to assemble each and every new dedicated server, in order to make certain that the machine shall work flawlessly at all times. We'll do this before we give you access to it, since we'll never make a compromise with the quality of any of the hardware components that we use. The speeds which you see on our site are guaranteed for every single one of the packages.