Future Hosting, an Internet solutions provider specializing in managed hosting, including dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers (VPS hosting), now offers Pure SSD storage on all of its “performance-managed” Hybrid Server hosting plans.
The company’s Hybrid Servers would provide dedicated server performance at virtual private server prices. These Hybrid Servers use the same virtualization technology as Virtual Private Servers, but they would offer a substantial performance boost because they are based on the most powerful enterprise hardware, with fewer virtual servers running on each physical server, and more guaranteed resources.
Pure SSD storage can significantly enhance server performance and responsiveness relative to SSD-accelerated and hard drive storage. SSD acceleration caches data on an SSD and uses a traditional drive for most storage. Pure SSD systems use solid-state technology for all data, which makes them particularly suitable for I/O-intensive applications.
Future Hosting‘s Hybrid Server line covers several tiers that range from the HYB 1 with 8 GB of RAM, 10,000 GB of bandwidth, and 120 GB of Pure SSD storage; to the HYB 3 with 12 GB of RAM, 15,000 GB of bandwidth, and 200 GB of Pure SSD storage.
Hybrid Server Line
“Our Hybrid Server line was built to provide the best possible performance, optimal flexibility, and superlative scalability at a lower price point than equivalent dedicated servers,” said Maulesh Patel, VP of Operations of Future Hosting, “By moving all of our Hybrid Servers to Pure SSD storage, we have created a no-compromise server hosting platform built from the best and fastest technology available.”
Future Hosting is an international hosting provider, and its performance optimized Hybrid Servers are available from locations across the U.S. that include Miami, Florida; Santa Clara, California; and Southfield, Michigan; in addition to facilities in Brisbane, Australia; and London, UK.