2.5 Gbit Network Connectivity
What precisely does ?2.5-Gbps network connectivity? imply? How will it impact your Internet sites and apps?
Network connectivity defines two things - exactly how many people will be able to look through a specific site all at once and how swiftly they will be able to accomplish that. If the connection capacity is small, for example, the maximum throughput may be reached with just a couple of visitors surfing around the Internet site, so newcomers will not be able to access the web pages, or in some other scenario, all website visitors could have problems. When the capacity is sufficient, but the web server access speed is low, it will take longer for any web page on the Internet site to load and this may result in visitors simply closing the site, if they notice that they must wait for a few minutes just to see a number of web pages. In this light, if you'd like to launch and maintain a booming web presence, the hosting server in which you host your website should offer both good access speeds and higher traffic capacity.
2.5 Gbit Network Connectivity in Shared Hosting
When you get a shared hosting service from us, you will be able to take full advantage of the multi-gigabit routes that we use, regardless of the location of your account. We guarantee fantastic connectivity in all data centers - in Chicago (USA), in London (UK) and in Sydney (Australia), so any site hosted in them will load very quick at all times. Each of the 3 facilities has direct fiber connections to other major urban centers on the respective continents, and also to overseas cities, so how fast your Internet sites will open depends only on your visitors’ Internet connection. By using redundant providers, we guarantee that there shall not be any service interruptions a result of a slow or bad connection. Furthermore, we use completely new highly effective hardware to make certain that the network within the data centers can handle high traffic volumes without affecting the speed or the general performance of the websites.