Project Description

Cloudalize
The Cloud That Transforms Any Device Into A Supercomputer

Date & Time:

September 29, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event:

Cloudalize is a deep tech company that offers private, GPU-powered cloud services for businesses. They serve engineering firms, architects, film editors, medical imaging, real estate, and any other businesses that need to collaborate on large graphics files across various locations. It’s a phenomenon that’s becoming more common as the world turns to virtual and remote work.

The Cloudalize GPU platform is 1,000 times more powerful than a CPU based system and integrates cloud workstations with application streaming and AI model training. Each seven-figure engagement results in custom spec cloud platform that provides best-in-class performance, privacy, and security.

Join our webinar to hear from Cloudalize CEO, Benny Willen and CTO Jeffrey Meesemaecker as they discuss how their company’s private cloud is a superior solution to cloud services from a certain global Goliath.

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