RAM, that stands for Random Access Memory, is a computer storage media which could be accessed noticeably faster than a hard drive, because the data can be read randomly, skipping the bytes before the needed data is reached. On a hosting server, the RAM is used to load scripts and web applications when they are executed, so the more RAM you may use, the more apps you shall be able to run simultaneously and the more people shall be able to explore your sites without any effect on the site’s/server’s functionality. Different from a disk drive, however, the RAM is used for non permanent storage purposes, since the data is lost once the power is shut off. If you use a shared web hosting account, the physical memory that your scripts could use may be limited and can change depending on what the some other clients on the same web server use. Through a virtual or a dedicated server, on the other hand, you shall have a set amount of RAM that will not be used by others even if you don't use it at a given time.

Guaranteed RAM in VPS Hosting

All of our virtual private server solutions feature a set amount of RAM. In other words, even when you use only a tiny fraction of the system resources which your package deal includes, we will not allot the free resources to another VPS account on the exact same physical hosting server. Because we set up just a few virtual servers on a physical one, the latter shall always have plenty of free memory to guarantee the adequate operation of the VPS accounts even if their RAM allocation is upgraded drastically at some time. In the event you also decide to upgrade your package deal or to keep the current one and to incorporate only more memory, the new amount shall also be reserved exclusively for your account. This way, we ensure that your websites will operate effectively at all times whatever the other VPS accounts are using.

Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Web Hosting

If you acquire one of our dedicated server plans, you shall get a top-notch server with sufficient RAM to run even multiple resource-demanding web programs without any effect on the overall functionality of any one of them. Because we test every single hardware component before we use it when we set up a web server, we will ensure that the RAM sticks are not malfunctioning and that the web server performs flawlessly. The physical memory that you'll get will be available all of the time, so even in a situation in which you employ only a part of it for any given period of time, we won't change the configuration. You will be able to examine the hardware, including the amount of RAM that you have, in the billing CP.