Atlantic.Net Customers Enjoy 100x Speed Boost with New SSD Cloud VPS Hosting Platform

Atlantic.Net has announced its new SSD Cloud VPS Hosting Platform has now been made available to new and existing customers.

Atlantic.Net’s world-class cloud VPS hosting solutions are a popular choice with SMBs and the company has been enjoying sustained growth, particularly in the healthcare and e-commerce sectors. Customers also now have increasing performance requirements and need greater speeds and faster data access.

In order to continue to meet customers’ needs, Atlantic.Net invested significantly in new hardware and has now implemented the new solid state drives for its VPS hosting platform.

The upgrade is likely to be noticed by existing customers. The new enterprise Solid State Drives are a significant advance on the previous storage hardware and are capable of 100x faster read and write speeds.

Customers are most likely to notice the difference in their start up times, which will be considerably faster, and there will be noticeable improvements due to the enhancements to random access time, data transfer rate, and read performance.

“Our customer’s ever increasing performance requirements require greater speeds and faster access, and solid state drives are the natural evolution,” said Josh Simon, Director of Data Center Services for Atlantic.Net. “This supports our goal to deliver a stellar, reliable and affordable product that ultimately exceeds our customers’ expectations.”

Atlantic.Net’s new environment has been completely re-engineered to include the latest Enterprise Solid State Drives and the most stable virtualization technologies. The new cloud platform also includes updated core networking, new routers and switches, and new 32/64-bit operating system images for Windows and Linux Cloud servers.

Author: Steve Alder has many years of experience as a journalist, and comes from a background in market research. He is a specialist on legal and regulatory affairs, and has several years of experience writing about HIPAA. Steve holds a B.Sc. from the University of Liverpool.