Gain Power and Performance with GPU-as-a-Service: The Cloud Smart Solution for Department of Energy Labs
Working on the cutting edge of technology, Department of Energy (DOE) labs need agile IT infrastructure to power their complex scientific workloads. But with limited access to powerful IT environments and ever- shifting budget constraints, it can be difficult to build the right environment for maximum performance – until now.
GPU-as-a-Service from Cyxtera provides a Cloud Smart solution with the agility and security of dedicated IT infrastructure to reduce the cost of entry and unlock powerful performance.
GPU-as-a-Service delivers dedicated IT infrastructure with the flexibility of on-demand, single-tenant access. This means you get your own private hybrid IT environment to experiment and explore without having to invest in costly hardware.
GPUs are becoming increasingly important for DOE labs due to their ability to process multiple tasks simultaneously and render complex models faster than CPUs. With GPU-as-a-Service, you can take advantage of powerful cloud environments backed by dedicated GPUs, connected with trusted networks for secure data transfer.
With on-demand capacity scaling and no upfront costs or maintenance, GPU-as-a-Service is a cost-effective solution for DOE labs looking to increase performance while staying on budget. And with most DOE labs within 50 miles of a Cyxtera data center, you don’t have to worry about latency or access issues – just reliable, secure performance when you need it most.
By taking advantage of the power and performance of GPU-as-a-Service from Cyxtera, DOE labs can unlock innovation and exploration they wouldn’t be able to achieve with traditional IT infrastructure solutions. Now more than ever, it’s essential for DOE Labs to have access to agile and secure IT environments that meet their needs without breaking the bank.
Get in touch today to learn more about how Cyxtera Federal can help you take your lab’s performance to the next level.
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