As fast as your Internet connection may be, it will do no good to access web content material in case the remote hosting server has bad connectivity or in case its network card has low capacity and is unable to handle all the inbound and outbound site traffic. If you have your own hosting server, this could vastly impact the user experience of your visitors and if they can't open your website because of capacity issues or the webpages load slowly, they'll in all probability close the site and it is more than likely that they will never return. In this light, when you acquire a new hosting machine, it is important to examine not just the most obvious features including storage space, monthly traffic quota, cpu speed and physical memory, but also the bandwidth and the network card as to ensure that even in the event of substantial traffic to and from the server, your site visitors will never experience connection-related issues.

Server Network Hardware in Dedicated Servers

The Linux dedicated servers we provide come with gigabit network cards that are tested alongside all the other hardware components before and after any new hosting server is put together in order to make sure that we won't use a faulty part that might cause an issue eventually. We also use the latest hardware for our internal network in the Chicago data center where we offer the dedicated plans. This includes routers, switches and hardware firewalls which can handle enormous incoming and outbound traffic to any server, whilst any traffic that is not legitimate shall be blocked and won't take up your system resources. The continuous access to the center is ensured by using redundant backbone Internet suppliers. By doing this we ensure the fast and stable connection to all of our hosting servers, which means that your sites and apps shall be operational at top speed all the time.