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SSD-based hosting is not something too new, hosters are appearing in dozens. I am already unable to follow and purchase new VPSes, just because it takes more and more time. I will do that, of course, but it's impossible already to even count all of them.

SSD-powered hosting (untested)

Below I list domain names of SSD-powered hosting I haven't yet tested. This list grows, so you could visit it from time to time. All details I know about hosting type will be added in parentheses.

SSD-powered hosting: a2hosting.com (shared), bigscoots.com (VPS game servers), buddhahost.ca (OpenVZ VPS), businesshostingpro.com (shared/reseller), en.com.sg (VPS), en.edis.at (VPS), eomy.net (VPS), evoserver.ro (VPS), expertwebhost.net (shared, SSD cached), fliphost.net (dedicated), geekstorage.com (Xen VPS), gigatux.com (shared, MySQL on SSD), hostaxel.com (VPS), hypernia.com (cloud KVM VPS), httpalive.com (VPS), ioflood.com (dedicated), mclayer.com (VPS), networkpanda.com (shared), oneasiahost.com (OpenVZ and KVM VPS), premiumreseller.com (shared/reseller), quickweb.co.nz (VPS), rackify.net (shared/reseller), serveraxis.com (VPS), serverloft.com (VPS), servermania.com (cloud Xen VPS), serverhub.com (shared), servulo.us (shared, Minecraft), softsyshosting.com (shared), turnkeyinternet.net (shared/reseller), ubservers.com (shared), viper-host.net (OpenVZ VPS), viralvps.com (VPS, SSD-cached), vpsblocks.com.au (VPS), webhosts-uk.com (VPS), wizzsolutions.com (VPS).