CPU, or Central Processing Unit, is that element of a personal computer or a web server that performs each of the calculations. Each and every CPU runs at a particular speed and the higher it is, the speedier everything will be processed, so if you host resource-demanding web applications on a web server, for example, a powerful processor will enable them to be executed more quickly, which will tremendously contribute to the entire user experience. The current generations of CPUs have 2 and more cores, each working at a specific speed to ensure a much better and faster performance. This sort of architecture allows the processor to manage numerous processes all at once or a number of cores to manage a single process if it needs more computing power in order to be completed. Needless to say, other factors including the amount of RAM or the connection that a certain web server uses can also affect the efficiency of the websites hosted on it.
CPU Share in VPS Servers
We offer a wide selection of VPS server plans that are ideal for different purposes. If you want a web server to get root access, but you do not need much processing power, for example, you can acquire a lower-end plan that includes less resources. The VPS will be set up on a physical web server and our system will allocate a particular CPU share to it. If you want more resources in the future, you'll be able to upgrade to a more resource rich solution through the billing Control Panel, and due to the fact that each plan features a specific CPU quota your programs can utilize, the extra quota will be included in your current account. The physical hosting servers where the virtual ones are set up are designed with 16-core, 3.0+ GHz processors and just a few VPS accounts are created on a particular server, so you will be able to use a virtual server which is as powerful as you want it to be.