How quickly an internet site shall open is dependent not just on the Internet connection of the website visitor, but also on the connectivity of the hosting server in which the website is hosted and on the network infrastructure - routers, server network card, and many others. Slow connection or hardware that is unable to cope with a high volume of inbound and outbound traffic might have strong impact on the consumer experience of your website visitors and the functionality of your site because people will most probably see error messages that the internet site is not available or it shall take a very long time for your content material to load. In case this kind of a thing takes place, it's unlikely that the website visitors shall return to the internet site. Because of this you have to always examine the connectivity of any hosting server that you buy and not only the main hardware components such as hard disk, cpu and physical memory.

Server Network Hardware in Dedicated Hosting

In the event that you acquire a dedicated server through our company, you and your site visitors will enjoy excellent loading speeds irrespective of the script applications which you employ. The state-of-the-art data center in downtown Chicago, in which our servers are situated, employs multi-gigabit routes from redundant providers as a failsafe against infrastructure problems. Our grid inside the facility is built with the most recent generation of network hardware for optimum speed and stability - switches, routers and firewalls. All dedicated servers we supply to our clients incorporate a gigabit network card, that is capable of handling huge inbound and outbound traffic. Similar to all other hardware components which we use to assemble each new hosting machine, the card is also meticulously tested in order to ensure that we will never use a defective part that may cause troubles in the future. Our hosting machines shall provide the computing power as well as the network speed for the best possible overall performance of your internet site.