NVM stands for non-volatile memory, which refers to memory which retains its stored data even after losing and regaining power. All common disk storage technology, such as spinning disks and solid-state drives, are non-volatile memory. In contrast, volatile memory is that which loses its data when power is cut. Your machine’s RAM is a great example. NVMe stands for NVM Express.
SSD cloud hosting means that solid-state drive storage is connected via slower SAS or SATA interfaces.
NVMe cloud hosting means solid-state drive storage connected via the next-generation Express interface. Quicker and more reliable.
NVMe is already a proven storage technology that’s going to change the way we use computers. Eventually desktop and laptops will have NVMe drives.