"Speed is something our customers are always looking for and we’re always testing new ways in our lab to give our customers that speed without affecting the reliability we have come to be known for,” Kaumil Patel said, COO of GreenGeeks.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 29, 2014
GreenGeeks, a leader in providing green energy web hosting solutions, has announced that it has upgraded all of its existing customers to servers utilizing solid state drives (SSD) as part of its commitment to offering the best hosting experience.
GreenGeeks has been testing the SSD setup for several months leading up to the upgrade across its entire server fleet including shared hosting, reseller hosting and its virtual private server platforms. With multiple internal and external tests, page loads have dramatically seen improvements in the range 50-100% over its legacy RAID-10 SATA server infrastructure.
"Speed is something our customers are always looking for and we’re always testing new ways in our lab to give our customers that speed without affecting the reliability we have come to be known for,” Kaumil Patel said, COO of GreenGeeks. "After seeing the great results with performance and even an improvement on reliability, we had no choice but to roll it out to all of our customers and make it the standard for our servers," he added.
GreenGeeks also said that it has made multiple tweaks and enhancements on its web server caching technology, database servers, security and countless other improvements to ensure that its customers receive the best web hosting experience possible.
Founded in 2007 by Trey Gardner, GreenGeeks provides the industry's leading green energy shared, reseller, VPS and dedicated server hosting services. GreenGeeks replaces to the grid 3 times their energy consumption with energy having been produced by wind, making GreenGeeks a carbon-reducing company. The company is based out of Agoura Hills, California serving tens of thousands of customers in over 150 countries. For more information, visit http://www.greengeeks.com.