Peer 1 Hosting launches on-demand HPC Cloud

Vancouver-based Peer 1 Hosting is about to launch HPC Self Serve Cloud in partnership with public cloud provider Zunicore.

This new cloud offering tries to fuse virtual and physical servers with a private net. The results, according to Peer 1, is a self-serve solution that is secure and available on-demand.

The cloud offering will feature: hourly billing, nVidia GPUs, physical servers, dual Xeon CPUs, 32GB RAM, 400GB local storage, 1Gb public and private network, 10Gb+ interconnect, and more than 665 T-flops.

Greg Rusu, General Manager of Zunicore, said in today’s competitive market, businesses with intense graphic processing requirements simply can’t wait months or years for improvements to their in-house IT infrastructure. This new HPC Self Serve Cloud, businesses will benefit from maximum performance on-demand – whenever they need it ­– while managing ever-tightening constraints on business resources and budgets.

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