High performance SSD VPS at an affordable price

High performance SSD VMware Virtual Private Servers at an affordable price.

     Benefits of SSD VPS

When looking for hosting options, choosing VPS would let you enjoy the best of both shared hosting and dedicated servers. With VPS hosting, you’ll get the advantages of a dedicated server, albeit at a lower price, while enjoying better security than shared hosting. When you opt for SSD VPS where SSD (Solid State Drive) is used on the physical servers instead of the traditional HDD (Hard Disk Drive), you’ll enjoy several benefits.

     Key Features Of Our VPS Server Plans

  • SSD Disk and high performance processors
  • KVM virtualized environment
  • Standard DDoS Protection
  • Standard 24/7 Technical Support
  • Free OS Reload
  • 100% Network Uptime Guarantee
  • FREE Website & Server Migrations
  • 1Gbps Dedicated Speed
  • Full Root Access

  VPS-1 VPS-2 VPS-3 VPS-4
ORDER NOW ORDER NOW ORDER NOW ORDER NOW
Memory 2 GB 4 GB 6 GB 7 GB
Disk Space 40 GB 50 GB 100 GB 150 GB
Processor 1 Core 2 Core 3 Core 6 Core
Bandwidth 1000 GB 2000 GB 3000 GB 2000 GB
Price Month $ 4.95 $ 9.95 $ 14.95 $ 24.95

Processor Intel E5-2670 Intel E5-2670 Intel E5-2670 Intel E5-2670
Order Now ORDER NOW ORDER NOW ORDER NOW ORDER NOW
Memory 8 GB 10 GB 15 GB 20 GB
Hard Drive 100 GB 150 GB 200 GB 250 GB
Bandwidth 5 TB 5 TB 5 TB 5 TB
IPV4 /32 /32 /32 /32
Speed 1 GBPS 1 GBPS 1 GBPS 1 GBPS
Starting At $39.00 $44.00 $49.00 $55.00

 

The top ten among them are given below.

  1. Faster speed: Since SSDs use no head and arm mechanism to seek information, their read/write times on data transfers is a lot faster than HDDs. Integrated circuits are used in SSDs to store digital files in binaries rather than electromagnetic recording technology. As a result, SSDs transfer 95% more data (under heavy strain) than HDDs. In processing I/O requests, the average performance rate of SSDs is almost 20 times faster.
  2. Improved performance: Since SSDs offer faster speed than HDDs, they will serve data quite fast. Thus, opting for SSD VPS would mean having a website that loads quicker than many others. As page loading speed is a crucial element for SEO, your website hosted on SSD VPS would give your site’s SEO a significant boost.
  3. Improved search engine ranking: Faster website loading time boosts your web traffic and provides better customer experience. That’s why it plays a decisive role in search engine algorithms of Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. for determining your site’s rankings. Thus, using SSD VPS would mean having a website with faster loading time, which in turn would improve your search engine ranking (for Google and others).
  4. Low failure rate: Benchmark testing found that over the life cycle of the drive, the average rate of SSD’s tendency to fail was just 0.5% (as they have no moving parts) while that of HDDs was 3.5%. Thus, chances of hard drive or mechanical failure are much lower when you use SSD VPS.
  5. Enhanced data security: Thanks to its low failure rate, SSD VPS offers better data security. Since SSDs involve no movement of parts for accessing data, they hardly suffer any wear and tear unlike the HDDs that often suffer from data corruption or other types of unwanted disruptions that trigger data loss. It’s also important to note that the cost of data recovery with SSD is lower than that for HDD.
  6. Less power consumption: SSD VPS consumes less energy (as it’s free from moving parts) than HDD VPS. Even at a full sprint, power consumption of your SSD VPS would be a lot lesser though there would be no compromise in terms of your website’s performance and data access speed.
  7. Environment-friendly: Use of SSD VPS is an environment-friendly step. For a VPS hosting service provider, expenses on a cooler system for the data center makes up a major operating cost element. By choosing SSD VPS, you are helping the service provider get considerable energy savings, which could even be passed on to the clients (including you).
  8. Durability: Due to the reduced heat dissipation than their spinning counterparts, the life expectancy of SSDs runs up to decades. You can expect SSD to last longer in production use than the maximum lifespan of HDD, which is 5-6 years under similar situations. Though most estimates imply the longevity of SSD storage hardware to be between 10 and 20 years, several hosting service providers upgrade more often to benefit from new technology standards.
  9. Reliability: SSDs have no moving parts and come with good shock resistance. In contrast, HDDs have plenty of moving parts (platters or spinning disks) that spin around and move to access a high quantity of data. This makes them prone to damage when used more frequently. Thus, SSD VPS is more dependable as it has less probability of failures related to mechanical hardware.
  10. Stability: As SSD VPS doesn’t use rotating disks like HDD VPS, it’s less prone to skip any data during the process of data encryption and decryption. This ensures that every single piece of data on your website is stored properly and remains safe.

Now that you know the benefits of SSD VPS, start using it today!