Size And durability
In today’s world, most business affairs are done remotely. So, the use of laptops is on the rise. Since they are used when you are on the go, laptops are at a higher of getting damaged. Even a single drop may cause the HDD of your laptop to stop working.
Actually, HDDs contain round platters and a read/write head. All of these are mechanical parts may be prone to serious damage during transit. So, you may lose the data stored on these drives. That’s the reason we don’t recommend that you use an HDD in your laptop or any other machine.
On the other hand, SSDs don’t have any moving component. So, they can take a few shocks without getting damaged. So, the survival rate of SSDs is a lot higher than HDDs.
Aside from this, a solid state drive measures 1.8″ as opposed to a 3.5″ HDD. So, SSDs are a lot slimmer than HDDs. Their size makes them lightweight. That’s the reason the small SSDs are gaining popularity among business users.
Solid State Drives have flash memory with integrated circuits. These drives don’t have to use any magnetic media in order to get access to the files stored inside. The mechanical parts inside an HDD slow down the overall performance of the drive. On the other hand, an SSD can achieve higher speeds. For an enterprise, below are some speed benefits of an SSD:
Graphics rendering: businesses that involve graphic manipulation require computers that are the fastest. And high-end applications require a lot of memory. So, SSDs are a great choice for them as they are a lot faster than HDDs.
Bioinformatics: for cutting-edge scientific projects, computers have to analyze a huge amount of data. In order to get their desired results in a timely fashion, they have to invest in the super-fast machines. And SSDs are a must-have for them.
Stock Markets: Stock markets also need the fastest data processing speeds. As a matter of fact, the machines that operate the trading world and the algorithms that are responsible for keeping the stock market moving have to be really fast. So, SSDs are the only best choice they have.
Video-on-Demand: Another great benefit of an SSD is that it is a great choice for video on demand. As a matter of fact, a large section of news, internet commerce and many other entertainment outlets involve streaming videos. And streaming videos require hard drives that give a high level of performance. The computers should not crash when users are streaming their favorite videos.
HDDs make some noise when operating at high speeds. The noise can become annoying especially when you are in a quiet environment. However, SSDs are completely quiet and don’t make any noise when operating. Moreover, they run coolers relatively.