Verne Global Secures $27M in Funding to Expand Icelandic Data Center Campus

Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced a new round of funding of $27M to expand its Icelandic data center campus. All current investors – the Wellcome Trust, Novator Partners, Stefnir and General Catalyst – participated in the round.

 

Verne Global & Intel partner on sustainable high performance computing

RenderNation partners with Verne Global to enhance cutting edge CGI and VFX rendering capabilities

Verne Global’s hpcDIRECT to power RenderNation’s high-performance compute.

London, UK, 24 February 2020Verne Global, a provider of sustainable data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced it is partnering with RenderNation, the render farm specialist, renowned for computer generated imagery (CGI) and visual effects (VFX). The partnership enables RenderNation to boost its rendering capabilities through access to hpcDIRECT – Verne Global’s HPC compute solution that is powered by 100 percent renewable energy.

Bonseyes partners with HPC leader Verne Global to power open AI innovation

Verne Global’s hpcDIRECT solution available on-demand in pioneering new AI-as-a-Service marketplace


London, UK – 10 December 2019Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI), today announced that is has partnered with Bonseyes, a secure marketplace and collaborative platform for building and trading AI applications with headquarters in Switzerland; a move that provides its platform users with access to Verne Global’s HPC optimised bare-metal infrastructure, hpcDIRECT.

Climate 50 – The World’s Top Most Influential Climate Leaders In Data Centres And Cloud

Verne Global is proud to announce that our CTO, Tate Cantrell has been nominated amongst The World's Top Most Influential Climate Leaders In Data Centers and Cloud by Data Economy.

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Building a Home for AI

Our VP of Strategy, Bob Fletcher, recently gave an interview to Max Smolaks for DCD Magazine focusing on the requirements of AI, Machine Learning and what it means to be DGX-Ready.

Verne Global Steps up with NVIDIA DGX Ready Data Center Program

Our Vice President of Strategy, Bob Fletcher, recently gave an interview to the Rich Report about Verne Global being announced as a NVIDIA certified DGX-Ready data center.

How to provide a cloud native experience for HPC applications

Our Director of Research, Spencer Lamb, recently wrote an article for Data Center Dynamics about HPC in the cloud. Currently, ten percent of HPC is being done in the cloud and the only way for it to go is up with the two becoming even more connected.

Verne Global joins NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center Program as HPC & AI Colocation Partner

London, UK, 11 July, 2019Verne Global, a provider of advanced data center solutions for high performance computing (HPC), today announced that it has joined the NVIDIA DGX-Ready Data Center Program as a certified colocation partner.

SHOOTING THE GAP BETWEEN CLOUDS AND ON PREMISES FOR HPC

Verne Global in partnership with TheNextPlatform have produced a short White Paper on the performance and speed of hyperscale cloud for HPC versus Verne Global's hpcDIRECT platform built to true HPC principles.

Verne Global @ ISC19

Our CTO, Tate Cantrell was filmed at ISC19 by HPCWire, and talked about hpcDIRECT on-demand, as well as the performance benefits of running HPC workloads in a TrueHPC environment compared to within hyperscale public cloud.

Dell Technologies Simplifies Customers’ Path to Innovation with AI and High Performance Computing

At ISC High Performance 2019, Dell Technologies is announcing details of new solutions, reference designs, customer collaborations and partnerships designed to advance and simplify the deployment of artificial intelligence (AI), deep learning (DL) and high performance computing (HPC).

AI in the movie industry has a way to go to produce the next set of Oscar-winners

The usual host of awards including best screenplay and best visual effects came up at the 2019 Oscars last night. While AI in the movie industry is unlikely to be writing award-winning scripts anytime soon, it is already at work behind the scenes.

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