Vultr, the world’s largest privately-held cloud computing platform, and Rescale, the leader in high-performance computing (HPC) built for the cloud, announced a partnership to accelerate engineering innovation across the globe. Vultr and Rescale are together giving engineering and data science teams in aerospace, automotive, energy, manufacturing, and life sciences access to high-performant, scalable cloud computing capabilities, with the best price-to-performance, to quickly spin up dedicated HPC stacks from anywhere in the world, leveraging Vultr’s global network of 32 cloud data center locations.
Rescale customers can now leverage Vultr's composable cloud, which includes high-performance Cloud Compute, along with Cloud GPU, Bare Metal, and Cloud Storage, to scale their AI and cloud-native initiatives. The partnership includes integration with Vultr’s full array of Cloud GPU options, including the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper™ Superchip, HGX H100, A100 Tensor Core GPU, L40S, A40, and A16.
“Now more than ever before, data science and engineering teams need the best simulation tools and optimal computing infrastructure to drive innovation, no matter where they are located in the world,” said Joris Poort, CEO of Rescale. “Partnering with Vultr gives our customers new levels of cloud compute agility, offering them choice, flexibility, and exceptional options for powering the most intensive simulation and AI workloads. Together Vultr and Rescale aim to give all the tools today's engineers and innovators need to drive new scientific and analytical breakthroughs that will positively impact humanity.”
Today, Rescale’s HPC as a Service platform delivers intelligent full-stack automation and performance optimization. Coupled with Vultr’s leading composable cloud infrastructure, customers can efficiently and cost-effectively accelerate simulation and AI modeling – from research and development to training, fine-tuning, model inference, and getting models into production. Unlike options provided by other hyperscale cloud providers, Vultr’s composable cloud options allow customers to choose the best Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings for their specific workload needs, and scale them across regions while addressing data sovereignty and privacy concerns.
“Our partnership with Rescale is the latest step in our commitment to enabling an ecosystem of like-minded innovators, to deliver a best-of-breed alternative to the hyperscalers,” said J.J. Kardwell, CEO of Vultr’s parent company, Constant. “The combined capabilities of Vultr and Rescale give data scientists and engineers unfettered access to the latest and most powerful technologies and infrastructure needed to accelerate their AI initiatives.”