Difference between VPS and VDS
Advantages and disadvantages of VPS (Virtual Dedicated Server) and VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server)

VPS (Virtual Private Server)

CPU : Quad Core

RAM : 2GB Dedicated + 2GB Burstable

Disk Space : 200GB

Monthly Traffic : 7.5TB

IP : 2*

Technology : OpenVZ

Traffic: 7500 GB

Tuplink: 100Mbps

Management Panel: SolusVM/VePortal/HyperVM

VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server)

CPU : 4 Dedicated Cores Burst able to 8 Cores

RAM : 1024 MB + 1 GB Burstable

HDD : 75 GB

IP : 1

Traffic: 7500 GB

Uplink: 100Mbps

VDS(mai scump cu 2 € fata de VPS):

Management Panel: WHMCS/ESXI Console

VPS (Virtual Private Server)

The hosting software for each VPS can include a Web server program, a File Transfer Protocol (FTP) program, a mail server program and specialized applications for activities such as e-commerce and blogging.

VDS (Virtual Dedicated Server)

The VDS alternative is often chosen by small businesses that need a customized Web site but cannot afford a dedicated server. Another useful aspect of VDS technology is the ability of a single subscriber to maintain multiple virtual servers