Ans. KVM VPS is a true virtualisation where it has it’s own kernel, independent from the host node. While OpenVZ VPS has no independent kernel and relies on the host for respond for system calls. OpenVZ has it’s own benefit and KVM has his own. If your application needs true dedicated resources and specific kernel module, you have no other option than KVM to go. But if you think your business would grow overtime and you need upgrade fast ASAP or any modification on your VPS as fast as possible, then OpenVZ is your choice. OpenVZ provides more flexibility of use. Though different benchmarks has proved KVM outperform in performance with OpenVZ. OpenVZ containers are usually cheaper.
Ans. We provide OS templates of Debian, Centos, Ubuntu, Archlinux, Cern Linux, Funtoo, gentoo linux, Openwall, Altlinux, Suse, Scientific, Fedora, Open Suse, Slackware.
Ans. We try to provide as many flexible plans as possible. To view a complete list of plans and comparison, please check going this link: OpenVZ plans
Ans. No. A Virtual Server Instance would need to have it’s own cPanel License or any other hosting control panel if you would like to use. cPanel license for VPS/VSI would cost 15$ a month if you would like to purchase through us. We deal our all licenses.
Ans. Yes, you can. You can do the package upgrade from your Clientarea. This will pro-rated bill you for the upgrades till your anniversary date.
Ans. We used Virtualizor VPS Control Panel. Virtualizor is a stable platform and runs by the people who made Softaculous.
Ans. No. Yes, you can. But you have to provide proper justification on your IP usage.
Ans. Bandwidth allocation showed in our price comparison page or the order page is per month basis. Quota resets on the first day of the month. If you reach your bandwidth limit before the last day of the month, your VPS will be suspended. You can order additional bandwidth or upgrade your package from your Clientarea.