The network capacity of a web server determines how rapidly your sites will open and exactly how many people will be able to visit them all at once. Naturally, that isn't the only factor, but it's a rather significant one. On one hand, no matter how optimized a given Internet site can be, bad connectivity means slower loading speeds or maybe even service interruptions, especially if only one Internet provider is used to access the web server. Then again, a superb connection with small capacity will allow just a small number of visitors to explore the Internet site simultaneously, while new visitors will have tough time loading any content. In this sense, the prosperity of your Internet site depends not just on the content, but also on the site’s accessibility and loading speed. These components are dependant on the connection which the hosting server uses.