Direct link to the benchmark: https://serverscope.io/trials/lrAw
Special pricing for startups: https://www.ssdnodes.com/startup-specials/
We're trying to go in a different direction from hourly, and instead offer very deep discounts for annually. So customers can get 8GB RAM for $6.49/month ($77.99/year) and have stellar performance with a provisioning time of about 10 seconds.
I understand your direction and it makes sense, but please don't advertise in a post that is reviewing providers with a specific use case (hourly billing) that you don't offer. Thanks.
Moreover, to me, regular VPS == openvz and not hourly billing (openvz would also disqualify ssdnodes).
As it is, your original response comes off as more than slightly rude, and your subsequent response was very rude.
OpenVZ, when used properly, provides us with massive performance gains along with the flexibility of "live scaling." Since we're providing containers, our customers can scale up to a larger plan with zero downtime. Their RAM and disk resources are available immediately after choosing the next package (additional cores require a reboot).