As fast as your Internet connection may be, it'll do no good to access online content if the remote server has bad connectivity or if its network card has small capacity and can't deal with all the inbound and outgoing traffic. If you have your very own hosting machine, this could tremendously affect the user experience of your website visitors and if they cannot open your website because of capacity issues or the websites load slowly, they'll most probably close the site and it is quite possible that they will never revisit. In this light, when you get a new server, it is very important to examine not just the most obvious capabilities like storage space, monthly traffic quota, cpu speed and physical memory, but also the bandwidth plus the network card as to make certain that even in the event of serious traffic to and from the hosting server, your website visitors will not experience connection-related issues.