Identify the difference between normal and guaranteed RAM in the web hosting world.
RAM, or Random Access Memory, is a type of computer data storage, that enables the info to be read randomly without accessing the preceding bytes before that. That makes the RAM noticeably faster than other sorts of storage devices like DVDs or HDDs where all of the data has to be read so as to access specific data. When you have a shared hosting account, the total amount of memory your web applications can use may not be fixed and may sometimes be determined by the free memory which is available on the physical machine. With a standalone web server, however, there's always a minimum amount of physical memory which will be at your disposal at all times and won't be assigned to other clients even if it is not used. That's valid with our virtual and dedicated servers.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Servers
All of our dedicated server packages feature a great deal of physical memory, that'll enable you to run really heavy web apps with no difficulties. We use brand-new and carefully tested hardware components when we build a new web server to ensure that there won't be any problems of any sort. The RAM memory is not an exception and if you order a dedicated server, we'll ensure that you get the best efficiency possible from the configuration you have chosen. Even if we find out that you aren't using the whole capacity of the server, we will never alter the hardware in any way, so the total amount of RAM that'll be at your disposal shall always be the same. You are able to look at the configuration, including the physical memory, within your billing CP at any time.