Thanks, Daniel. So KVM runs multiple OS instances on a hypervisor. OpenVZ is a single kernel instance with shared resources.
To put things in terms that a customer might care about, KVM is more secure, allows more control (OS customization and configuration), and uses much faster storage (striped SSD would be faster than plain SSD). I did some googling just now and read that OpenVZ servers are frequently oversold, so are typically cheaper (but provide less reliable performance). Is that a fair summary?
I may be an outlier, but to me, your OpenVZ and KVM offerings are both cloud service offerings, so naming them VPS Hosting vs. Cloud Hosting is confusing. How is Cloud Hosting more cloudy than your OpenVZ offering?
I see that the website says that Cloud Hosting is KVM Cloud Hosting, which is helpful, but I don't see mention of OpenVZ in the description of the VPS Hosting. It might be a useful sales tool to have a section on the VPS Hosting page explaining how the KVM offering might be of interest to people who need even better performance, control, security, customizability.
BTW, I think my VPS is running faster on the Georgia node than it did in Texas. I haven't benchmarked it, but it feels faster when I am interacting with webpages.
Also, KnownHost support is fantastic. In case you didn't know.