Performance NVMe SSDs nurture modern applications and workloads
Performance NVMe SSDs target enterprise workload and cloud-compute that needs minimal latency to data and higher availability of data. Leverage from the blazing-fast cloud computing, real-time data analytics AI/ML, OLTP/OLAP databases, visualization, and pattern recognition.
Why opt for Go4hosting NVMe SSD-enabled servers?
Go4hosting NVMe based SSD servers delivers cutting-edge technology that enhances performance, ease management and offers explicit user experience. With NVMe storage-based servers you get -
NVMe based SSDs select up to 64,000 blocks, against 1 block of SCSI SSD, resulting in low latency
Flawless user experience
Enjoy faster loading speed, enhanced functionality, and better usability of your web applications
Efficient Queue Management
NVMe based SSDs support up to 64,000 queues/commands, faster than any other physical drive.
Non Volatile Security
Never lose data due to sudden power failure or other issues. The nonvolatile drive will save data even when shut down abruptly.
Storage solution of the future, NVMe risks no future-functionalities due to its advanced features.
AI/ML systems need higher processing speed and power, which is well provided by NVMe based servers
More efficient and a greener solution
Though NVMe based hosting delivers higher performance, its power consumption is significantly lower than SATA SSD or HDD solutions. SSDs are known for consuming less power than HDDs. NVMe SSD has taken it up a notch by being more efficient than their SATA-based counterparts. Moreover, when idle, its power conservation rises up to 97%, saving developers a fortune.
Dual-port architecture vertically integrates proven flash controllers. Its higher availability critically ensures access to data in the event of data-path failure by supporting two redundant paths to the SSD.
- Dual-port NVMe 1.3c compliant controller; PCIe 3.1
- 96 Layer 3D TLC NAND
- 1 and 3 DW/D2
- MTFB rating of 2.5 million hours (projected)
- Security Erase, Instant Security Erase, TCG Ruby, FIPS 140-2 validation (forthcoming)
- 128 namespaces, atomic writes, protection information, SGL, multiple sector sizes, NVMe-MI version 1.1
Workloads and Applications
- High-performance computing (HPC)
- All mixed-use workloads
- Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning
- Online transaction processing (OLTP)/Online analytical processing (OLAP) databases
- Pattern recognition
- Real-time analytics
What is NVM Express (NVMe)?
NVMe or Non-Volatile Memory Host Controller Interface Specification (NVMHCIS) is an open, logical-device specification that accesses a computer’s non-volatile storage media attached via a PCIe bus. Nonvolatile memory is a flash memory that comes in form factors like solid-state drives (SSDs), PCI Express add-in cards, and the successor of mSATA, M.2 cards. It allows hardware to fully exploit the multi-level parallelism in modern SSDs.
NVMe vs SATA SSD vs HDD
Modern SATA SSD III hard drives max out at the read/write speed of 600 MB/s, whereas the SATA SSD II hard drive runs the capacity of 300 MB/s. Most SSDs provide read/write speed in the neighborhood of 530 MB/s. For reference, depending on age, condition, and other factors, 700 RPM SATA drive manages around 100 MB/s. On the contrary, NVMe drives provide read/write speed as high as 3500 MB/s for the generation 3 versions and 5000 MB/s for generation 4 versions. NVMe drives are 7 times faster than SATA SSDs, and 35 times faster than spinning HDDs
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Why choose Go4hosting Performance NVMe Hosting?
Enjoy the performance edge offered by NVMe based hosting solutions that support up to 64,000 Input/Output queues against the 32 entries accommodated by SATA. It minimizes the CPU overheads by deploying intelligent scatter/gather I/O systems. Moreover, NVMe drives use 16-lane PCI express (Peripheral Component Interconnect) that delivers 16 Gbps processing speed throughout, resulting in faster server response, more reliability, and lower latency.