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Do you run SSD caching or pure SSD servers?
Do you run SSD caching or pure SSD servers?
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Written by Carlos Escalante
Updated over a week ago

We're excited to share a glimpse into the heart of our hosting infrastructure – a place where cutting-edge technology meets unwavering commitment to providing you with the best hosting experience. At StableHost, our servers are more than just machines; they are meticulously crafted powerhouses designed to ensure seamless performance, exceptional reliability, and blazing-fast speeds. Let's delve into the advanced technology that powers our hosting services and sets us apart in the industry.

Picture this: our newer servers are equipped with pure SSD drives configured in a RAID-10 setup. What does this mean for you? It means unparalleled speed, unmatched reliability, and a hosting environment optimized for high-performance operations. But not just any SSDs – we use SSD drives specifically engineered for enterprise and datacenter operations. These are not the consumer-level SSDs you find at your local store; these are top-tier drives designed to handle the demands of enterprise-grade applications.

When we say we offer the best, we mean it. Our enterprise-grade SSDs deliver superior read and write speeds, ensuring lightning-fast data access and seamless website performance. Whether you're running a resource-intensive web application, an e-commerce store with heavy traffic, or a content-rich blog, our SSDs provide the speed and responsiveness your website deserves.

But that's not all – our SSDs are configured in a RAID-10 setup, further enhancing both speed and reliability. RAID-10 combines the benefits of RAID-1 (mirroring for data redundancy) and RAID-0 (striping for performance). In simple terms, this configuration not only safeguards your data by duplicating it across multiple drives but also doubles the read/write speeds, ensuring your website operates at optimal efficiency.

Additionally, our older servers are equipped with SATA drives configured in RAID-10, complemented by SSD caching. While SATA drives offer a balance between performance and cost-effectiveness, the strategic implementation of SSD caching accelerates data access, providing a smooth user experience for websites hosted on these servers.

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