February 14, 2022
All the HPC capacity you need, when you need it
High performance computing (HPC) continues to develop at incredible pace, and the convergence of HPC and machine learning—and even quantum computing— is opening up new possibilities. Gain insights faster, and scale up your compute with AWS’ virtually unlimited compute capacity.
What would you do with 172,692 cores?
A top 40 supercomputer took 11 days to plan, build, test, and deploy vs 12-18 months on-premises. AWS enabled Descartes Labs to access incredible processing power with C/M/R Amazon EC2 instances.
Descartes Labs has worked for decades to prove to the world that mass-produced, commodity hardware and software can be used to build a supercomputer, and the results more than speak for themselves.”
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