The Earth Sciences sector has long been established as a heavy user of HPC, with seismic modeling, oil and gas exploration and weather forecasting providing vast data sets needing rapid analysis. Verne Global works with clients across this sector to provide flexible, scalable HPC cloud and high density, industrial scale HPC colocation.
Dealing with massive datasets? With scalability as standard at Verne Global, we’re ideally placed to support high capacity seismic research and meteorological forecasting.
Integrating AI? If you’re looking to integrate AI and machine learning into your HPC workloads, we’ve built the perfect GPU powered platform – hpcDIRECT, to support you.
Going green? If you’re running workloads on climate change and weather modeling, ensure your compute is sustainable with HPC powered by 100% renewable, Icelandic energy.
hpcDIRECT provides access to latest specification Intel and Arm hardware and powerful NVIDIA GPUs ensuring maximum performance and speed from your HPC applications.
For industrial scale oil and gas research and basin reservoir testing, powerDIRECT provides high and ultra-high density colocation enabling TCO savings of over 80%.
At Verne Global’s campus, we can grow our business faster and apply more compute resources to our programs than at any other data center that we evaluated.
Not only did Verne Global’s infrastructure provide us with the compute power required to increase the throughput of our remote climatic visualisations and weather simulations, its team gave us invaluable advice on how to optimise our processes in order to extract the maximum performance from our applications.