Discover the distinction between normal and guaranteed RAM in the hosting community.
RAM, or Random Access Memory, is a kind of computer data storage, which allows the data to be read randomly without accessing the preceding bytes before that. This makes the RAM considerably quicker than other kinds of storage devices including DVDs or HDDs in which all of the info has to be read so as to access specific info. When you have a shared hosting account, the total amount of memory that your web applications can use can't be fixed and may sometimes rely upon the free memory that is available on the physical server. When using a standalone server, however, there's always a minimum amount of physical memory which will be at your disposal at all times and will not be allotted to other clients even when it is not being used. That's valid with our virtual and dedicated hosting servers.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Servers
The amount of RAM included with every single dedicated server which we provide is big enough even for very resource-demanding web applications. The memory will be readily available for your sites and any software that you install on the hosting server at all times, so even if at some point you use merely a fraction of the resources you have, we shall never alter the hardware configuration you have ordered. All of the components are examined before the server is built, including the RAM sticks, to guarantee that you will get a flawlessly working server that will ensure the best possible performance for your sites. The amount of physical memory you have shall be listed along with the full web server configuration specifications in your billing Control Panel.