Solid State Drives


Built to perform, built to last

Solid State Drives Gives You Rock – Solid Performance

The advent of solid state drive (SSD) in the last few years as a viable alternative to the traditional hard drive (HDD) providing a much higher speed than the latter and other considerable advantages, has built up the reputation of this flash-based storage technology so quickly to the point that so many IT professionals were impelled to deeming it “the best performance upgrade” and recommending it to everyone looking forward to take their computer to the next level. That’s because, unlike solid state drives, no single hardware upgrade is capable of offering the kind of instantaneous and observable boost in system responsiveness, compared to a system based on traditional hard drive spinning media.

High Performing

Avoid downtime with relentlessly reliable performance.  SSDs  tested over more than a million power cycles to ensure that every drive offers consistent, uninterrupted performance.

Built to Last

Protect your cherished photos or sensitive business data with robust end-to-end data protection and drive reliability.

Best for Business

Growing need for reliable, high-speed storage partnered with manageable, robust security features. SSDs are designed to meet business needs by enabling blazing fast performance.

Why You Need SSD Web Hosting for your Website?

Solid State Drive

There are no moving parts to solid state drives (SSDs). In addition, SSDs use non-volatile memory which simply means that when the memory is turned off it won’t “forget” what was stored.

So, if you want storage that leads the pack for performance, stability, and efficiency, a Solid State Drive (SSD) should be your pick.

Why RAID 10 ?

RAID is an acronym for Redundant Array of Independent (or Inexpensive) Disks. It is a method of storing information on multiple hard disks for greater protection and/or performance. There are several different storage methods, named levels, numbered from 0 to 9.

RAID 10, is a combination of levels 1 (mirroring) and 0 (striping), which is why it is also sometimes identified as RAID 1 + 0. Mirroring is writing data to two or more hard drive disks (HDDs) at the same time – if one disk fails, the mirror image preserves the data from the failed disk. Striping breaks data into “chunks” that are written in succession to different disks. This improves performance because your computer can access data from more than one disk simultaneously.

Migrate to SSD RAID 10 for a better performance

Business Hosting

All Business Hosting packages are hosted on SSD RAID 10. Choose now for a better performance of your site.

Managed WordPress Hosting

Fast, scalable hosting for high traffic WordPress sites. With SSD RAID 10 Storage, traffic will be easily managed without any interruptions.

Enterprise Hosting

Providing you the most secured, reliable platform for your own private server with SSD RAID 10 drives.