RAM and fast multi-core CPUs allow a system to do more simultaneously, for example serving more visitors on your site. Plan on increasing performance by optimizing with RAM-caching? – More RAM means getting a larger, super-fast cache for your server. Performance isn't the most important thing to consider – your server must not corrupt data. We only use ECC (Error Correction Code) RAM because it's designed to protect against data corruption by detecting and automatically correcting errors while data is written to the memory. In addition to error correction, our Commercial Class Servers use Registered ECC memory which allows our servers to reach extremely high RAM capacities to provide all the resources you need for your project.
Depending on your needs, Namecheap offers 3 types of Server Management: User-Responsible, Basic, and Complete. User-Responsible requires that the user takes full responsibility for server management. Basic is where core services are monitored by Namecheap with a proactive response if unexpected server failure occurs. Complete is where Namecheap runs and manages all server, software, and component services. Keep in mind Basic and Complete Managements are only available to those who have operating systems CloudLinux or CentOS and cPanel installed.

24/7 U.S. based Premier Support™ is included with every dedicated server. This team is here to answer your support questions and ensure your server stays online. However, since optional root access is provided, there are limits to what Premier Support™ can help you with. This includes advanced server and database administration, custom application support, user script errors and server backups.


Unlike a shared server, which powers multiple sites, a dedicated server hosts just one site. Website stability and reliability are the twin benefits of investing in a dedicated server—your site leverages a server's full CPU, RAM, and storage resources, as it doesn't share them with other sites. You shouldn't underestimate the importance of these benefits in terms of site speed and reliability.
What does this have to do with server hosts running too many instances on a box, getting shit performance, then blaming it on a host of unrelated crap, including blaming OWI? Cus, you know, that has happened plenty of times so far. Which is what the various hosters in this wider community have been discussing amongst each other for the past few years.
It's no secret that the closer you are to an Internet Exchange Point (IXP), the faster your ping time becomes. That is why InMotion Hosting is directly on the Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., Internet Exchange Point (IXP), unlike other hosting companies that are hundreds of miles away from the closest IXP. You can rest assured that your site’s response times are one of the fastest in the industry.
Bandwidth refers to the data transfer rate or the amount of data that can be carried from one point to another in a given time period (usually a second) and is often represented in bits (of data) per second (bit/s). For example, visitors to your server, web site, or applications utilize bandwidth *Third – Total Transfer (measured in bytes transferred)
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