American cloud and colocation provider PhoenixNAP has started offering dedicated servers featuring Nvidia Tesla GPUs.

Dedicated server hosting involves individual servers, that deliver the websites or applications of a single user.

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The servers will use four or eight Nvidia Tesla V100 and P40 GPUs, linked using NVLink or PCIe 3.0 interconnects, along with Intel Xeon Scalable processors.

“After talking to our clients and discovering that Nvidia Tesla is their top choice for graphics-heavy workloads, we decided to make it a part or our standard offering and further empower innovation in their organizations,” Ian McClarty, president of PhoenixNAP, said.

“Gaming companies, science institutions, enterprises, and mid-market organizations using AI for business intelligence can particularly benefit from leveraging this platform and we are thrilled to be able to support their needs.”

William Bell, executive VP of products at PhoenixNAP, added: “We are excited to offer this possibility to our clients as we believe this is a truly revolutionary technology that is yet to demonstrate its full potential in science, research, deep learning, AI, and many other industries.”

PhoenixNAP operates data centers in Phoenix, Arizona; Ashburn, Virginia; Atlanta, Georgia; Seattle, Washington; Chicago, Illinois; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Belgrade, Serbia; and in Singapore.