CoreWeave, an accelerated compute cloud built for intensive workloads, has joined the Cloud Service Provider Program within the NVIDIA Partner Network (NPN). CoreWeave intends to bring GPU acceleration to the cloud to empower distributed workforces.
Distributed workforces are creating an increased demand for powerful and reliable cloud-based solutions. Combining “powerful” NVIDIA GPUs with CoreWeave’s value-added services, teams can work “smarter, faster, and more efficiently” by accessing high-performance compute on-demand.
By providing the infrastructure to support multiple workloads around AI, HPC, ML and rendering, CoreWeave would allow people the freedom to focus on what they do best: compute, create, innovate.
CoreWeave provides scale and selection of GPUs, delivered via bare-metal instances, in order to right-size workloads, accommodate on-demand burst compute needs. It would offer the fastest spin-up times. Joining NVIDIA’s NPN Cloud Service Provider Program would allow CoreWeave to double-down on their commitment to helping clients optimize their cloud infrastructure to support compute intensive workloads.
AI, CGI rendering, HPC, Virtual Workstations
“It’s never been more important for companies to support their machine learning and creative teams from the cloud,” said Brian Venturo, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of CoreWeave. “By partnering with NVIDIA – and joining the NPN Cloud Service Provider Program – we’re unlocking a distributed workforce’s ability to do what they do best, from wherever they work, by supporting their compute-intensive workloads on CoreWeave Cloud.”
As a qualified partner in the program, CoreWeave can work with businesses to deploy NVIDIA GPU-accelerated solutions for modern workloads, including artificial intelligence (AI), data science, CGI rendering, HPC and virtual workstations.
“CoreWeave’s commitment to building an infrastructure that highlights NVIDIA’s compute resources delivers a world-class cloud solution to customers in need of the most performant AI, ML, HPC and rendering solutions,” said Matt McGrigg, Director of Global Business Development for Cloud and Strategic Partners at NVIDIA.