What exactly is the real difference between the hosting industry-related terms ?regular RAM? and ?guaranteed RAM??
RAM, that is short for Random Access Memory, is a computer storage media that could be accessed considerably faster than a disk drive, due to the fact that the information can be read randomly, skipping the bytes before the needed information is reached. On a hosting server, the RAM is employed to load scripts and web applications when they are executed, so the more RAM you can use, the more applications you shall be able to run all at once and the more people shall be able to browse your sites without effect on the site’s/server’s functionality. Different from a disk drive, however, the RAM is used for short-term storage purposes, as the data is lost as soon as the power is shut off. When you use a shared web hosting account, the physical memory that your scripts may use may be limited and might change according to what the other customers on the same server use. Through a virtual or a dedicated hosting server, alternatively, you shall have a fixed amount of RAM that will not be used by others even if you do not use it at a certain time.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Servers Hosting
When you need a potent hosting solution for your sites and programs and you buy one of the Linux dedicated servers hosting we offer, you shall have a massive amount of physical memory available at all times. You will be able to look at the hardware configuration whenever you want from your billing CP, including the amount of RAM. We test out the memory sticks diligently along with all the other parts before we use them to assemble any machine, so if you order one of our packages, you'll get a high-quality hosting server that'll ensure superb performance for your sites. Even when you don't use the entire capacity of the server for an extended length of time, the physical memory shall still be available for your hosting server exclusively.