Is 100 Mbps Internet Enough for a Server Rack?

In the web hosting world having a faster internet connection is necessary. You shouldn’t be miser here because you’ll bottleneck everything here.

For most of us, 100 Mb/s internet connection is fine, enough to host small blogs, websites, or any other non-internet intensive web project.

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But Gigabit internet is a commodity today, at least for web hosting companies.

If your hosting company does not offer a Gigabit internet then a 100 Mb/s connection is enough to handle the majority of workloads, but it is slow.

Unless and until you are going to get a massive hit on the front page of Reddit, or becoming viral 100 Mb/s is enough to handle small network load.

But note that, for a server rack even Gigabit is slow, it is a minimum standard, many reputed web hosting companies are already offering 10 to 40 Gigabit connectivity. So having a faster connection shouldn’t be an issue.

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Atul Kumar Pandey is a creative blogger who loves experiments with the latest tech trends like automation, artificial intelligence, data science, cloud computing, edge computing, hardware as well as networking, and the internet of things.

1 comment on Is 100 Mbps Internet Enough for a Server Rack?

  1. Hello Atul sir,

    This is really an informative post. Thanks a lot for sharing your valuable words. The way you have explained the internet connection and the speed required for a server rack are really appreciable.

    After going through this post I learned a lot and pretty sure this post will definitely going to help many of newbies. A well explained post. Thanks and do keep sharing more similar and informative posts.

    Thanks & regards,

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