SSD vs HDD Hosting: What’s the Difference

SSD vs HDD InMotion Hosting

When selecting a dedicated hosting solution, you must consider many factors. Among them: choosing the right type of storage. Historically, hard disk drives have been the most common type of storage available. These drives have been around for decades and can store large amounts of data very cheaply. In recent years, solid-state drives (SSD) have gained increased popularity, especially for dedicated hosting. When selecting a hosting service, knowing the difference between SSD and HDD storage can help you make an informed decision that will best meet your business needs.
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Will More RAM Help You Get the Most Out of Your Dedicated Server?

Does Your Dedicated Server Need More RAM

When choosing the right set of hardware for your Dedicated Server, the options can become overwhelming. Which CPU will serve you best? How much storage do you need? Should you add a remote KVM for LOM access to your machine? With so many factors to consider, one often gets taken for granted: the actual amount of RAM you need.
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3 Things to Consider When Picking a Location for Your Data Center

Data Center Map

With the power of modern servers and Internet data speeds, something like the geographical location of a server may seem trivial. After all, data zips across the Internet so quickly, so does location matter anymore? Shared or VPS Hosting customers may not need quite as much out of their hosting plans. But, Dedicated Server clients demand greater performance, speed, and reliability. Squeezing more out of a server means exploiting every opportunity for performance boosters, including Data Center location.
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