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NVMe SSD Hosting is insanely fast compared to traditional HDD or SSD based hosting. PCIE 4.0 NVMe SSD provides 2x Disk IO speed compared to regular NVMe, 14x compared to SSD, and 50x compared to HDD. Its data access time is 1000x faster compared to HDD and 10x compared to SSD. This results in faster load times for websites, emails, and applications on NVMe SSD Hosting.
When you visit a website, the server has to find the files and generate the website. Due to faster latency, disk IO, and more IOPS, NVMe can find files and generate websites much faster, delivering faster page load times than SSD or HDD based hosting.
Blog, ecommerce, or custom applications need a lot of database input and output (IO). A traditional disk is slow and restricts IO operations because of its limitations; NVMe SSD is solid construction microchip and can handle blazing fast IO.
NVMe SSD's faster data access makes websites more responsive and allows running IO hungry scripts with ease. Its performance does not decay over time. With NVMe SSD Hosting, your websites will be faster than traditional HDD or SSD based setup.
|PCIE 4.0 NVMe||PCIE 3.0 NVMe||SSD||HDD|
|Disk IO (Read/Write Speed)||7,300 MB/s||3,500 MB/s||500 MB/s||~130 MB/s|
|IOPS||1,200,000 IOPS||500,000 IOPS||100,000 IOPS||100 IOPS|
|Data Access Time (Latency)||10 µs (Microsecond)||10 µs (Microsecond)||100 µs (Microsecond)||10,000 µs (Microsecond)|
|Parallel IO Processing||65,535 Queues||65,535 Queues||1 Queue||1 Queue|
|IO Commands||64,000 per Queue||64,000 per Queue||32 per Queue||32 per Queue|
|Throughput (Data Transfer Rate)||64 GB/s (2 GB/s per Lane)||32 GB/s (1 GB/s per Lane)||6 GB/s||6 GB/s|
|Reliability (MTBF)||1.75 Million Hours||1.5 Million Hours||1.5 Million Hours||About 50,000 Hours|
|Interface||PCIE 4.0 x4, NVMe 2.0||PCIE 3.0 x4, NVMe 1.3||SATA III||SATA III|
|PassMark Benchmark Score||55,132||21,372||4,847||1,061|
*As of 4 December 2022
All your files, emails - everything is hosted on RAID protected NVMe SSD drives. Our NVMe SSD Hosting platform leverages data center grade high performance NVMe SSD drives. RAID grants additional data throughput and redundancy. As a result, your website runs fast, feels more responsive to visitors, increases overall usability, search engine visibility, and SEO ranking.
We use NVMe SSD drives in a RAID setup to prevent data loss in the event of a drive failure. NVMe uses non-volatile memory, and data is not lost in a power failure. We use NVMe in RAID, take daily backups, and store the backups to an offsite location.
NVMe SSD is less susceptible to damage from shock or vibration. It allows a broader range of operational temperatures due to the lack of moving parts. At the end of life, NVMe SSD prevents write access, allowing data to be read, while HDD gives up and dies.
HDD takes a sizeable amount of time to rotate their spinning platters and move the actuator arm to locate data. HDD and SSD work with 32 data blocks while NVMe SSD does not have such limitations allowing almost zero seek time.
When a visitor enters a dynamic website such as WordPress, the visit triggers database queries and data access at the same time. NVMe SSD has faster data access time, IO speed, more IOPS, and can handle massive amounts of data simultaneously. It requires fewer CPU cycles allowing better CPU performance, faster content delivery, faster database queries, faster caching, larger traffic handling, and faster websites.
You will see instant performance gain when you migrate to our NVMe SSD Hosting from a regular HDD or SSD based hosting. Our high frequency compute servers with larger resource allocations deliver better performance for your websites.
NVMe SSD delivers 1,000 times faster latency compared to HDD and 10 times to SSD. Both HDD and SSD take longer to access data. NVMe SSD does not have such constraints, accesses data instantly and simultaneously.
NVMe SSD (PCIE 4.0) provides 7,300 MB/s read/write speed, SSD manages 500 MB/s while HDD reaches around 130 MB/s depending on age, condition, and fragmentation level. NVMe allows 50 times Disk IO speed compared to HDD and 14 times to SSD.
HDD drives have two major physical limitations working against it when it comes to data access. The first is the rotational latency of the spinning platters. The second is the seek time that it takes for the read/write head to find data on the disk. HDD drives store data randomly on rotating disks, and an actuator arm with a "read and write head" has to move to access the stored data to read the information. The physical movement takes a sizeable amount of time. This is the main reason why visitors see a delay when a web page is loading on a traditional web hosting.
SSD uses solid construction microchips with no moving parts. It does not rely on spinning platters. However, it uses the same slow SATA lanes to transfer data to and from CPU. While SSD is faster than HDD drive, SATA is still a major bottleneck in high-speed data transfer.
NVMe SSD drive has neither of these problems. It accesses data instantly and simultaneously. It does not matter that the data is not in sequential order; NVMe SSD can quickly pick and choose the pieces of data it needs. This is why NVMe SSD Hosting is up to 50 times faster to access data than traditional web hosting.
NVMe SSD (PCIE 4.0) drive uses high-speed PCIE lanes to transfer data to and from CPU. At 2 GB/s speed, it uses 4 PCIE lanes and can transfer 8 GB/s data simultaneously. PCIE lanes are directly connected to the CPU, which contributes to faster latency and data access times. The faster speed of NVMe SSD requires fewer CPU Cycles to complete data read/write. Combined with the ability to work with 65,535 queues and 64,000 commands per queue, NVMe SSD delivers unmatched data read/write speed and improves overall server performance.
This is why the load times of your websites are significantly faster on NVMe SSD Hosting. Therefore, the navigation experience becomes substantially more pleasant for the end-user. The bottom line is that NVMe SSD Hosting is faster and more reliable.
Whoever needs fast websites are the ones who need it the most. If your website is heavy in graphics, content, based on databases or applications, it will be well worth to switch to NVMe SSD Hosting.
NVMe SSD Hosting is served from servers with NVMe SSD drives instead of traditional SSD or HDD drives. By using our NVMe SSD Hosting, you will see an enormous increase in your website performance.
Pure NVMe SSD Hosting means all your files, emails, databases, and everything else will be stored on NVMe SSD drives. Some hosts only store databases or emails on NVMe SSD drives, but not everything. We offer Pure NVMe SSD Hosting, where everything on your account will be stored on NVMe SSD drives.
Yes, everything on your hosting account will be stored on NVMe SSD drives.
Yes, all of the storage drives in our NVMe SSD Hosting servers are NVMe SSD drives.
Other hosting providers might use NVMe SSD drives for just a part of their server configuration and brand it as NVMe SSD Hosting. Although this type of setting will be slightly faster than a traditional server setup, it cannot match the performance of our Pure NVMe SSD Hosting configuration.
Even the cheapest NVMe SSD drives with triple-level cell NAND can withstand the entire capacity of the drive being written every day for nearly 10 years before deteriorating. In the past, performance would degrade with time due to the need to erase a cell before writing to it. Nowadays, the invention of TRIM technology has corrected this, and now the operating system tells the NVMe SSD drives to pre-emptively erase unused cells so that they can be immediately written.
To maximize hardware reliability, we use NVMe SSD drives in a RAID array to enhance data integrity, redundancy, to gain additional IOPS and to prevent data loss due to drive failures. On top of that, we enforce multiple backup systems to safeguard your data further.
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