The network capacity of a server determines how quickly your Internet sites shall open and exactly how many people shall be able to visit them all at once. Naturally, this isn't the only factor, but it's a really important one. On one hand, no matter how optimized a particular site may be, bad connectivity would mean slow loading speeds or even service interruptions, especially if only one Internet provider is used to access the web server. Then again, an excellent connection with lower capacity will allow just a small number of visitors to surf the site at the same time, while new visitors shall have difficult experience loading any content. In this sense, the success of your Internet site relies upon not simply on the content, but also on the site’s accessibility and loading speed. Those two components are influenced by the connection the hosting server uses.