Virtual Servers are the entrance into the own server. Here the virtual servers are on a very powerful host machine and get the specific resources assigned. The host machines offer fail safe and high performance and are based on brand hardware. To have no interference with other virtual machines the resources are separated and every virtual machine gets an assigned part of the resources.
Decisive for the vServers is of course a very good cost-benefit-ratio.
With a LCube vServer you are always on the right side. Because that type of servers support both Linux and Windows as an operating system and it makes no difference if you need a Rootserver or a Managed Server.