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Nimbix Featured on The Next Platform: Specialized Supercomputing Cloud Turns Eye to Machine Learning
Back in 2010, when the term “cloud computing” was still laden with peril and mystery for many users in enterprise and high performance computing, HPC cloud startup, Nimbix, stepped out to tackle that perceived risk for some of the most challenging, latency-sensitive applications.
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Nimbix is using its Jarvice high performance computing (HPC) cloud platform to help customers leverage machine learning tools. The Dallas-based company, which describes itself as a “purpose-built” cloud provider, typically works with customers that do complex tasks that require high performance computing power.
Nimbix is another cloud company catering to organizations that want to use machine learning. Its platform, called JARVICE, is based on NVIDIA’s (News – Alert) Tesla K80 graphics processing units and allows organizations to run large-scale high-performance computing workloads in the cloud. JARVICE, which Nimbix charges for on a per-second basis, reduces developer time to deployment from weeks to hours.