Server Network Hardware
What exactly networking hardware items does a dedicated server come equipped with? How could they impact the actual results of your websites?
As swift as your Internet connection may be, it'll do no good to access online content material in the event that the remote hosting server has poor online connectivity or in case its network card has small capacity and is unable to deal with all the incoming and outgoing website traffic. In case you have your very own hosting machine, this may significantly affect the consumer experience of your visitors and if they cannot open your site because of capacity problems or the websites load slowly, they'll probably close the site and it is more than likely that they will not revisit. In this light, when you obtain a new hosting server, it is very important to check out not only the most obvious capabilities including hard disk, monthly traffic quota, cpu speed and physical memory, but also the bandwidth along with the network card as to make certain that even in the event of considerable traffic to and from the hosting server, your site visitors will not experience connection-related difficulties.
Server Network Hardware in Dedicated Servers
The dedicated web hosting plans which we offer include gigabit network cards that are tested together with all other hardware components before and after any new server is assembled in order to ensure that we will not use a faulty part which might cause a problem eventually. We also take advantage of the latest hardware for our internal network within the Chicago data center where we offer the dedicated plans. This includes routers, switches and hardware firewalls that can handle enormous inbound and outbound traffic to any hosting server, while any traffic that's not legitimate shall be filtered and shall not use up your system resources. The constant access to the facility is guaranteed by using redundant backbone Internet providers. In this way we guarantee the fast and secure connection to all of our hosting servers, which means your websites and apps will be up and running at top speed all of the time.