Why to Choose SSD Hosting?

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SSD stands for Solid State Drive. You’re probably familiar with USB memory sticks - SSD can be thought of as an oversized and more sophisticated version of the humble USB memory stick. Like a memory stick, there are no moving parts to an SSD. Rather, information is stored in microchips

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Why to Choose SSD Hosting?

  1. 1. Presented By Webspiders Interweb Pvt. Ltd.
  2. 2.  SSD stands for Solid State Drive. You’re probably familiar with USB memory sticks - SSD can be thought of as an oversized and more sophisticated version of the humble USB memory stick. Like a memory stick, there are no moving parts to an SSD. Rather, information is stored in microchips.  A typical SSD uses what is called NAND-based flash memory.  This is a non-volatile type of memory which means you can turn off the disk and it won’t “forget” what was stored on it.  You can read and write to an SSD all day long and the data storage integrity will be maintained for well over 200 years. In other words, the data storage life of an SSD can outlive you!
  3. 3.  If you look at the images above you’ll see the top and undersides of a typically-sized 2.5” SSD. The technology is encased inside either a plastic or metal case and looks like nothing more than a battery.
  4. 4. Attribute • Cost • Capacity • OS BootTime • Heat Produced • File copy / write speed • FileOpening Speed • Battery Life SSD (Solid State Drive) • Expensive • Not larger than 512GB • Around 22 seconds • Lower power draw • Generally above 200 MB/s • Up to 30% faster than HDD • Less power draw, averages 2 – 3 watts HDD (Hard Disk Drive) • Very Cheap • Typically 500GB – 2TB • Around 40 seconds • HDD doesn’t produce much heat • From 50 – 120MB / s • Slower than SSD • More power draw, averages 6 – 7 watts
  5. 5.  To aid you even more, here are some rules to follow when you decide which drive is best for you: If : 1. You need lots of storage capacity, up to 4TB 2. Don’t want to spend much money 3. Don’t care too much about how fast a computer boots up or opens programs - then get a hard drive (HDD). If : 1. You are willing to pay for faster performance 2. Don’t mind limited storage capacity or can work around that - then get a solid state drive (SSD).
  6. 6. WIPL offers the following plans : For more details contact WIPL SuperFire SuperJet SuperSonic
  7. 7. Webspiders Interweb Pvt. Ltd. 304,Whispering Palms, Subhash Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur, India Ph: +91-141-410-5555 | +91-141-510-5555 Email : sales@wipl.in Visit us : http://www.wipl.in

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