Want those important instant page loading speeds? Then you need the best type of storage money can buy! NVMe storage fast becoming the storage of today. Just 5 years ago hardly anyone had heard about this type of storage and now all of the Web Hosts and Data Centres are investing heavily in NVMe servers.
Why the Hype About NVMe Storage?
Well, the speed is truly amazing for one. Whilst SATA SSD Drives are still fast, over 70% faster than SATA drives in our tests unfortunately, the drives still use SATA cables to connect to the motherboard. This restricts the flow of data from the device to the board. With NVMe storage the sticks slot directly into PCIe slots directly on the motherboard, no cables required!
How This Help On A cPanel VPS Server?
By using an NVMe based cPanel VPS server your files are read much faster and your server can serve up pages much faster to your visitors. Its a way of instantly improving your loading speeds without even touching your website code. You can still make further tweaks to your cPanel NVMe VPS Server like configuring PageSpeed or CloudFlare. In our tests, an NVMe stick is 30% faster at reading and writing data than a SATA SSD Drive.
Are NVMe VPS Servers Expensive?
Mostly yes. Remember this is premium storage designed for maximum performance but. If you’re really looking to speed up for cPanel VPS you can currently take advantage of our cPanel NVMe VPS offer saving your 25% off each month. You can get 2x E3-1270v6 vCores, 4GB Ram with 50GB of NVMe space plus 2 IPs and an unlimited 100MBPS connection for £22.49 a month. We will even throw in a free copy of WHMxtra and a free cPanel License.
If you already have a cPanel VPS with another provider we can migrate all of your data into your NVMe server for free and without any downtime for your users.
Order your cPanel NVMe VPS here but hurry, We only have a few.
How Was This Article? cPanel NVMe VPS Servers Improve Performance
You might also like
More from cPanel
Understanding The Exim Log Files And Their LocationsOn cPanel servers the default mail program is Exim. Exim will handle anything …