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SSD VS HDD – The Difference

HDD stands for hard disk drive; it represents the conventional hard drive style in which an actual physical disk spins and stores data. This is less efficient because, in order to access data, there is always a slight delay while the disk spins. Compared to this, the SSD, which stands for solid state drive, is more efficient since there is no physical disk spinning inside. All the data is stored in microchips and since there are no moving parts, the SSD can load data faster, giving you maximum efficiency.

Faster Hosting Speeds
The main benefits of SSD hosting is a faster website speed because of their faster functioning than HDD hosting. This will be better for you as the SSD can serve up data faster, enabling your site to load up quicker.
Better Data Security
HDDs are more prone to mechanical failures since they depend on physical spinning which results in data loss, making the SSDs more reliable as they resist physical damage.
Ideal For Database Intensive Uses
SSD Hosting gives you the best performance improvements while you are using a database intensive website since the HDD is generally the limiting factor on a database intensive site.
Executes Requests Faster
SSDs give a better hosting performance. Unlike HDDs, they can simultaneously read as well as write data and as a result, SSD hosting will execute web requests much faster.
Lower Power Usage
SSDs generally use only 20% of the power required by HDDs, making it a more environment-friendly hosting.
More Reliable Performance
SSDs offer a more reliable performance as they do not suffer data fragmentation like HDDs, as they know exactly where all the data is.