As speedy as your Internet connection may be, it shall do no good to access web content if the remote server has poor connection or if its network card has low capacity and cannot handle all the incoming and outbound site traffic. If you have your very own server, this could vastly affect the user experience of your site visitors and if they cannot open your website as a result of capacity problems or the websites load slowly, they'll probably close the internet site and it is more than likely that they will never revisit. In this light, when you get a new server, it's very important to examine not just the most obvious features including hard drive, monthly traffic quota, cpu speed and physical memory, but also the bandwidth and the network card as to ensure that even in the case of intensive traffic to and from the hosting server, your website visitors won't experience connection-related issues.

Server Network Hardware in Dedicated Servers

The dedicated web hosting plans which we provide incorporate gigabit network cards which are tested alongside all other hardware parts before and after any new server is built so as to ensure that we will not use a faulty part which can cause an issue eventually. We also use the most up-to-date hardware for our internal network in the Chicago data center where we offer the dedicated plans. That includes routers, switches and hardware firewalls that can easily deal with substantial incoming and outbound traffic to any server, while any traffic which is not legitimate will be blocked and won't use up your system resources. The uninterrupted access to the center is made sure by using redundant backbone Internet suppliers. By doing this we ensure the fast and reliable connection to all our servers, which means your internet sites and apps will be functioning at top speed all of the time.