Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Deep Learning (DL) Propel Companies to Leverage JARVICE™ for Cost-Effective, High-Performance Application Processing
Nimbix, the leading provider of high-performance computing and cloud supercomputing services, today announced significant 2018 growth and success in their enterprise high performance cloud computing business. The company’s unprecedented 2018 growth signifies the market’s emergence and—need—to embrace services such as the Nimbix Cloud. Powered by JARVICE™, companies leverage the Nimbix Cloud for high performance computing (HPC) applications such as Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, computer-aided engineering (CAE), fluid dynamics, structural analysis and many other compute-intensive workloads.
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The company’s notable 2018 accomplishments include:
- More than double the growth in supercomputing cloud revenues over 2017.
- 90% growth in enterprise simulation, from 1Q18 to 2Q18, supporting companies in the automotive, aerospace, electronics and life sciences industries.
- Introduced JARVICE 3.0TM, a robust HPC hybrid-cloud software platform fully integrated with Kubernetes.
- Market expansion to service customers in over 68 countries.
- Award-winning JARVICE platform scaling to over 1,000 high-performance application workflows.
- United States Patent and Trademark Office issued U.S. Patent 9,973,566, entitled “Dynamic Creation and Execution of Containerized Applications in Cloud Computing.” Recognizing years of innovation around containerizing and delivering applications in the cloud.
JARVICE 3.0 represents an offering milestone for the company in 2018. The new container-native platform is designed to provide the enterprise with access to the entire Nimbix service catalog of HPC, AI and machine/deep learning applications. Packaged as new installable enterprise software, JARVICE 3.0TM optimally runs supercomputing and distributed deep learning workloads on-premises or remotely on the public cloud.
“Our growth is predicated on a simple equation,” said Steve Hebert, co-founder and CEO, Nimbix. “As large compute requirements continue to grow, more advanced math, more computing horsepower and more acceleration are needed to derive answers. Enterprise organizations across every major industry are seeking to add the additional processing power needed to achieve their goals. Nimbix has solved this challenge by offering ‘point-and-click’ supercomputing in the cloud to unleash the processing capacity necessary to compute on extremely complex workloads.”
The net result of Nimbix’s point-and-click supercomputing capacity gives enterprise organizations up to an instant 10X productivity gain at 40% less cost compared to general purpose cloud provider platforms.
In addition, Nimbix continues to partner with market leaders such as NVIDIA, Xilinx, Intel, IBM, Mellanox and others, whose infrastructure technology benefits from Nimbix’s platform innovations in cloud computing — to further advance the market’s reliance on cloud HPC capabilities.