Server Network Hardware
Learn just what networking hardware a dedicated server offers and the way it might have an impact on your website’s performance.
How quickly a website is going to open depends not just on the Internet connection of the website visitor, but also on the connection of the hosting server where the site is hosted and on the network infrastructure - routers, server network card, and so on. Slow connection or hardware which is unable to deal with a high volume of incoming and outgoing traffic can have direct influence on the user experience of your website visitors and the overall performance of your internet site due to the fact that people will probably see error messages that the site is not available or it shall take some time for your content material to load. In the event that this kind of a thing takes place, it is unlikely that the guests will revisit the website. For this reason you have to always check out the connectivity of any server that you purchase and not just the main hardware components such as hard drive, cpu and physical memory.
Server Network Hardware in Dedicated Web Hosting
The Linux dedicated web hosting which we provide feature gigabit network cards which are tested together with all other hardware parts before and after any new hosting server is assembled in order to make sure that we will not employ a faulty part which could cause a problem after some time. We also take advantage of the most current hardware for our internal network in the Chicago data center where we offer the dedicated plans. This includes routers, switches and hardware firewalls that can certainly cope with substantial inbound and outgoing traffic to any hosting machine, while any traffic that is not legitimate will be blocked and will not use up your system resources. The uninterrupted access to the facility is guaranteed by using redundant backbone Internet providers. By doing this we ensure the fast and secure connection to all our hosting machines, which means your websites and applications shall be operational at top speed at all times.