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Diver Package Surfer Package Sailor Package
Storage Space 1 GB SSD 3 GB SSD 10 GB SSD
Bandwidth Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
SSL (Let's Encrypt) Free Free Free
Addon Domains 0 5 Unlimited
Sub Domains 0 5 Unlimited
Databases 1 5 Unlimited
E-mail Accounts 2 5 Unlimited
Port Speed 1 Gbps 1 Gbps 1 Gbps
DDoS Protection
Control Panel DirectAdmin DirectAdmin DirectAdmin
Price Per Month $0.99 $1.99 $2.99
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Location: United States 1
Location: United States 2
Location: Europe
Location: Singapore
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NVMe Web Hosting

NVMe, non-volatile memory, is frequently also called NAND flash memory. It is available in various physical form factors, such as solid-state drives (SSDs), PCIe add-in cards, and M.2 cards, which are the mSATA cards' replacement. It rapidly became apparent that older interfaces and protocols, such as Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) and Serial-Attached SCSI (SAS), were no longer appropriate in data center environments as solid-state technology became the primary storage medium. To make use of solid-state storage systems' intrinsic parallelism and low latency.

For flash and next-generation solid-state drives (SSDs), NVMe (nonvolatile memory express) is a revolutionary storage access and transport protocol that offers the greatest throughput and quickest reaction times ever for all kinds of corporate applications. Solid-state storage, main memory, cache memory, and backup memory all often employ NVMe. It offers an alternate method for connecting and sending data between a host system and a target storage device to the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) standard, and the Advanced Technology Attachment (ATA) standard. NVMe was created to work with faster media. Lower latency and greater input/output operations per second over other storage types are their key advantages.

NVMe was created as a logical device interface, at the Intel Developer Forum in 2007, and the first information about a new standard for accessing non-volatile memory was revealed. NVMHCI was displayed as the host-side protocol of a suggested architectural design that had Open NAND Flash Interface Working Group (ONFI) on the side of memory chips. The same year, an Intel-led working group on NVMHCI was established. In April 2008, the NVMHCI 1.0 standard was finished and published on Intel's website.

How does NVMe work?

A high-performance transfer mechanism for linking flash memory with NVMe web hosting computers is utilized by NVMe memory. Here is how NVMe functions:
The host updates doorbell registers and I/O command submission queues (i.e., ready signals).
The I/O command queues are fetched by the NVMe controller, executed, and returned to the host along with I/O completion queues and an interrupt.
The host clears the door register and logs the I/O completion queues.
When compared to conventional transfer protocols like SAS and SATA, the result is substantially less overhead.
NVMe is also designed to provide non-uniform memory access (NUMA). This indicates that it was intended to provide queue management over many CPU cores.


Traditionally, Serial ATA (SATA), a computer bus interface first developed for hard disc drives, is used to link NVMe SSDs to a controller's CPU (HDDs). Early SSDs were created to operate with SATA only to benefit from the technology's widespread adoption. The primary physical interface for SSDs nowadays is PCIe. When interacting over a PCIe, the NVMe transfer protocol enables manufacturers to benefit from SSD technology.

NVMe Web Hosting

HostDive NVMe Web Hosting operates six to twenty times faster than comparable HDD-hosted servers. Our NVMe Web Hosting can easily accommodate infinite websites, databases, and email accounts. Our NVMe web hosting is geared towards speed, resulting in better SEO rankings and a positive user experience thanks to our lightning fast NVMe storage drives!

HostDive NVMe web hosting offers free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates, DDoS protection, and different Firewalls to protect your site from trojans and malware. Additionally, our Shared Web Hosting offers Unlimited Bandwidth to further boost the website performance. Furthermore, our NVMe web hosting comes with 99.9% uptime commitment, 24/7/365 customer support and most importantly you can try us Risk-Free with our Money Back Guarantee!

Our Technology Stack

We only use the latest technology stacks when it comes to our infrastructure

Web Panel

We believe DirectAdmin provides the most value to customers among all the shared web hosting panels

Web Server

We are using LiteSpeed which is the fastest web server infrastructure available to commercial clients

Script Installer

To install scripts such as WordPress use our included software the Softaculous one-lick installer

Email Server

Roundcube is the most usable front-facing email server and email management system

SSD Space

Each Hard Drive is powered by Solid State Drive technology which ensure speed and longetivity


All our servers are linked in RAID10, which is the optimal choice between speed and data safety


We use the SQL structure as the default database architecture for our web hosting account


We offer Unlimited Data Transfer with all our web hosting and CMS hosting services

Frequently Asked Questions

When will my service be provisioned?

Your hosting account is setup automatically right after you made payment. All account information is sent to your registered email address.

Do you offer refunds?

We offer a generous 10-day refund policy. For more information please read our Refund Policy page.

Where can I get support if I have an issue?

You can contact us via our ticketing system during EU work hours.

Where are the servers located exactly?

United States 1 Location is at: Los Angeles

United States 2 Location is at: Las Vegas

Europe Location is at: Luxembourg

Singapore Location is at: Singapore :)

Can I upgrade/downgrade my package?

You can automatically upgrade/downgrade within the same server. If you would like to migrate across servers please open a ticket!

Do I have to buy a domain to use your services?

You don't have to buy a domain name from us if you already own one elsewhere. Just select the correct option during checkout!

What is the difference between Shared hosting and CMS hosting?

CMS hosting allows more storage space as CMS solutions such as WordPress or Prestashop requires as much as 10 times more storage than their HTML counterparts.

What is the difference between DirectAdmin and cPanel?

Both control panels offer the same features and capabilities. However, we are able to provide DirectAdmin accounts for a far lower price due to the higher licensing costs associated with cPanel.

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