As fast as your Internet connection might be, it'll do no good to access online content material if the remote server has poor connectivity or in the event that its network card has small capacity and is unable to deal with all the incoming and outbound traffic. In the event that you have your own server, this could greatly affect the consumer experience of your visitors and if they cannot open your site due to capacity problems or the websites load slowly, they will most likely close the website and it is quite possible that they will never come back. In this light, when you acquire a new hosting machine, it's very important to check out not just the most obvious characteristics such as 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 case of intensive traffic to and from the hosting server, your visitors will never experience connection-related issues.

Server Network Hardware in Dedicated Web Hosting

In case you acquire a dedicated server from our company, you and your internet site guests shall enjoy great loading speeds irrespective of the script applications that you employ. The state-of-the-art data center in downtown Chicago, in which our hosting servers are situated, takes advantage of multi-gigabit routes from redundant providers as a failsafe against infrastructure troubles. Our grid inside the facility is created with the newest generation of network hardware for max speed and stability - switches, routers and firewalls. All dedicated servers that we provide to our clients incorporate a gigabit network card, which is capable of dealing with huge inbound and outbound traffic. Similar to all the other hardware elements we use to put together each new hosting server, the card is also meticulously tested so as to ensure that we won't use a flawed part which may cause problems in the future. Our servers will provide the computing power as well as the network speed for the very best possible operation of your site.