What exactly is the real main difference between the hosting industry-related terms ?regular RAM? and ?guaranteed RAM??
RAM, which means Random Access Memory, is a computer storage media that could be accessed faster than a hard drive, because the info can be read randomly, skipping the bytes before the needed data is reached. On a hosting server, the RAM is used to load scripts and web applications once they are executed, so the more RAM you may use, the more programs you will be able to run all at once and the more people shall be able to check out your sites with no effect on the site’s/server’s performance. In contrast to a disk drive, however, the RAM is used for non permanent storage purposes, since the data is lost once the power is shut off. When you use a shared web hosting account, the physical memory your scripts can use may be limited and can change based upon what the some other clients on the same machine use. Using a virtual or a dedicated web server, however, you shall have a set amount of RAM which will not be used by anyone else even when you don't use it at a certain time.
Guaranteed RAM in Dedicated Servers
When you need a powerful website hosting solution for your Internet sites and applications and you buy one of the dedicated web hosting plans we offer you, you'll have a massive amount of physical memory available at all times. You will be able to check out the hardware configuration at any time via the billing Control Panel, including the amount of RAM. We try out the memory sticks comprehensively along with all of the other parts before we use them to build any hosting server, so if you buy one of our plans, you will get a high-quality server that will guarantee excellent general performance for your Internet sites. Even in case you don't use the whole capacity of the web server for an extended stretch of time, the physical memory will still be available for your server only.