CloudSigma Passes on Benefits of Recent CPU, SSD and SDN Innovations,
Shown to Increase Customers’ Performance by 30-40 Percent
With the CloudSigma 2.0 cloud comes many additional features that let customers further tune their cloud servers for additional performance boosts. Advanced CPU options, including CPU emulation and full non-uniform memory access (NUMA) visibility, hypervisor timer settings and virtual core size control, along with full-SDN support and all-SSD storage, all combine to offer high network throughput with ultra-low latency to achieve greater speed and stability for its customers. It’s this level of innovation that allows CloudSigma to continually improve its public cloud price/performance margins with unparalleled flexibility and customer control.
Beyond efficiency gains and improved performance, CloudSigma’s price cuts are a reflection of another important trend: decreasing hardware costs and a move away from traditional OEM server hardware providers. As hardware becomes less expensive to manufacture and more workloads are being processed in virtual or cloud environments, supported by a consolidated hardware infrastructure, hardware prices will continue to fall. CloudSigma takes advantage of its consolidated operations to purchase custom tailored hardware with fast, two year replacement cycles to deliver on its key measurement metric of price/performance. CloudSigma’s primary motive for its price cuts and method of delivery remains innovation.