Multi-GPU Cloud Provider, Cirrascale Cloud Services, Expands Into US-East Region

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Cirrascale Cloud Services, a provider of multi-GPU deep learning cloud solutions, has expanded its operations into the US-East region to provide private, dark fiber connections to East Coast clients. The company continues to expand its operations in the United States, with this being its third data center over the past year that it has extended its cloud services into. 

Cirrascale’s clients can access data stored on AWS East or Azure East with low latency, according to Mike LaPan, vice president, Cirrascale Cloud Services. “Being based on the West Coast, we are very excited about extending our services to the East and providing reduced latency as well as improved bandwidth,” said Mr. LaPan. “As the overall surging demand for HPC and AI compute power continues to increase, we will continue to review our data center locations to ensure that we are doing whatever we can to support our customers and remain a leader in private and public deep learning cloud services.” 

Cirrascale Cloud Services offers a dedicated, bare-metal cloud service with the ability for customers to load their very own instances of popular deep learning frameworks, such as TensorFlow, PyTorch, Caffe 2, and others. The company’s cloud servers use the latest GPU accelerators which can draw nearly 3000W per server requiring specialized cabinet technology for increased density. 

East Coast Data Center

The selected east coast data center is managed by ScaleMatrix which operates proprietary, custom built, cloud-enabled facilities designed to deliver high-density capabilities, high power efficiency, and high-security levels using the company’s Dynamic Density Control (DDC) cabinet technology enclosures. DDC is a fully enclosed, closed-loop platform with integrated air handling, fire suppression, air filtration, access control, and both cabinet and facility-level monitoring.

Multi-GPU cloud servers on the Cirrascale Cloud Services platform are already in operation at the US-East facility and are available for use immediately.