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Cloud Flash: New Generation of Servers

by SW Team

At SW Hosting, we have been offering Hosting and Cloud services for more than 20 years. We have always strived to provide you with the best in the market and at a competitive price. In addition, we have been constantly updated to provide you with the best solutions to meet your needs. Therefore, we are pleased to announce a very important news: We are moving to the New Generation of Servers, Cloud Flash.

For those of you who are not familiar with the Cloud concept, let us explain it briefly. A Cloud is a virtual server that is created from a "pool" or group of servers, storage cabins and network electronics, which allows to distribute the resources between different computers. In this way, we guarantee that the Clouds do not depend on a physical computer to work. Unlike a VPS, Clouds are designed to scale automatically. In this way, they can efficiently handle a sudden increase in traffic or resource demand without experiencing major downtime or service interruptions.

The New Cloud Flash

We are pleased to introduce our new Cloud, much faster, with better performance and power. It comes equipped with Flash disks and a very powerful CPU, providing impressive performance. This new generation of servers features fully upgraded motherboards, ensuring optimal performance and increased efficiency.

One of the main improvements that stand out in this new Cloud is that the bus speed is faster, which translates into a faster data transfer and a more agile response in all your operations. In addition, you can enjoy improved RAM access speed, which contributes to greater processing power and a smoother experience.

In addition, you will have more MB of cache per layer, further speeding up data access, which improves overall system performance. Also, we have increased the number of Cores per socket, which allows for greater capacity for concurrent task execution and faster response in high-demand environments.

Another significant improvement is the increase in the number of vCores, high performance in total, which means more processing power and exceptional performance for your applications and workloads. This translates into a greater ability to handle intensive tasks and a smoother user experience.

Put another way, our new Cloud Flash represents a significant leap forward in terms of performance and processing power. With a new generation of servers, faster bus speeds, increased RAM access, improved CPUs, more cache per layer, and much more, we offer you a powerful and efficient environment for your cloud computing needs.

Cloud SSD vs Cloud Flash

Having explained the improvements to the Cloud service that we will now offer you, we will briefly detail some of the differences between Cloud Flash and Cloud SSD.

The Cloud SSD uses solid state drives (SSD) to store data, which allows us to offer you a good access speed and lower latency. With no moving parts, we can guarantee fast response in reading and writing data, which translates into improved overall performance.

On the other hand, Cloud Flash (NVMe) takes storage capabilities even further. NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) is a communication protocol designed specifically for Flash technology, enabling a more direct and efficient connection between storage devices and the host system. This results in even higher speed and even lower latency compared to traditional SSDs. Cloud Flash (NVMe), offers superior performance, which is reflected in a smoother and faster experience when working with applications and services in the cloud.

So, don't wait any longer to try and enjoy our Cloud Flash servers. Click on the box below to see the different plans we offer and choose the one that best suits your needs.


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