Cloudalize, provider of NVIDIA-powered cloud platform solutions today announces a strategic partnership with Boston Limited to provide an in-house private cloud offering: Private GPU Cloud.
Powered by NVIDIA’s graphics-processing unit (GPU) technology, this deployment model delivers Cloudalize’s unique and proprietary full-stack cloud to any data centre location of choice.
This partnership brings together the expertise of Boston Limited in delivering data centre hardware solutions with the NVIDIA-powered Cloudalize Cloud Platform to provide a real alternative to traditional Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions, specifically for graphics visualisation use cases in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), manufacturing and educational organisations.
Cloudalize specialises in delivering GPU-powered cloud workstations and offers managed workspaces from two hosted data centre locations (Europe and North America), including heavy-duty Cloud Workstations (Desktop-as-a-Service) and App-streaming (Application-as-a-Service) from one single and unified platform.
Private GPU Cloud by Cloudalize brings this modern and flexible technology, cloud optimisation expertise and hardware flexibility in an on-premises package for graphical acceleration needs.
Organisations will benefit from guaranteed performance, exceptional user experience, cost optimisation, speed in IT transformation and greater security.
The Cloudalize Cloud Platform has been powered since its inception by NVIDIA GPU technology. Cloudalize has been a “Preferred Partner” of NVIDIA for many years and trusts its GPU technology to deliver greater and more robust performance than any other GPU cloud vendor. This has been confirmed in recent CAD and rendering offline and real-time benchmark tests conducted by Cloudalize focused on the AEC markets.
Cloudalize and Boston participate at NVIDIA GTC 2021 with an on-demand session, SS32803. This session outlines their partnership, presents the results of benchmark tests (Lumion rendering benchmark, Furmark real-time benchmark and Autodesk Revit RFO benchmark) between their vertical cloud and traditional horizontal clouds and dives in the use case of the vertical cloud platform created for Yonder Cloud.