Discover the difference between typical and guaranteed RAM in the web hosting community.
RAM, or Random Access Memory, is a form of computer data storage, which allows the info to be read randomly without accessing the preceding bytes before that. That makes the RAM a lot faster than other kinds of storage devices such as DVDs or HDDs in which all of the information needs to be read so as to access specific info. When you have a shared hosting account, the amount of memory your web apps can use may not be fixed and may frequently depend on the free memory which is available on the physical web server. When using a standalone hosting server, however, there's always a minimum amount of physical memory that will be for your use at all times and will never be allocated to other customers even if it is not being used. That's valid with our virtual and dedicated hosting servers.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Web Hosting
When you need an effective web hosting solution for your websites and apps and you obtain one of the Linux dedicated web hosting we provide, you will have a large amount of physical memory available constantly. You'll be able to see the hardware configuration whenever you want via the billing Control Panel, including the amount of RAM. We test the memory sticks meticulously as well as all of the other parts before we use them to build any web server, so if you buy one of our solutions, you will get a high-quality server that'll ensure superb functionality for your websites. Even when you don't use the entire capacity of the machine for an extended amount of time, the physical memory will still be available for your server exclusively.