CPU, which is sometimes called just "processor", is an abbreviation for Central Processing Unit. That's the core of each and every PC or web server, due to the fact that it performs each of the calculations and logical input/output functions. Though the performance of a site or an application depends on other things too, like the amount of physical memory or the online connectivity of the server, the rate at which a given processor runs determines how fast a program will be executed. Later-generation processors have multiple cores that can drastically boost their overall power and efficiency, because every single core can handle a number of processes independently or several cores can control 1 process that requires a significant processing power. Since each and every core functions at a specific speed, this architecture can be seen as a number of individual processors cooperating.
CPU Share in VPS Servers
The CPU speeds provided by our VPS servers
differ greatly and you can choose the VPS with the most appropriate system resources for your websites. When you need a VPS for a single Internet site which does not have many visitors, for example, you can buy a low-end plan, that'll also be less expensive when compared to the high-end solutions that come with large CPU quotas and that may easily match a dedicated server. We set up only several VPS accounts on powerful web servers with 16-core processors, so the CPU share that you'll get with your new package deal shall be guaranteed at all times and the performance of your server will not be affected by other virtual accounts on the same physical server. Upgrading from one plan to another takes a couple of mouse clicks through the billing Control Panel and the extra CPU share will be allocated to your account at once.