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The AI cloud powered by AMD

TensorWave, founded in 2023, is a cloud provider specializing in AI workloads. Their platform leverages AMD's Instinctโ„ข MI300X accelerators, designed to deliver high performance for generative AI workloads and HPC applications.

By the end of 2024, they aim to have 20,000 accelerators deployed across two facilities (source).

They have recently partnered with MK1, a startup founded by early Neural engineers, and Edgecore Networks, to optimize AI workloads running on AMD's technology. You can read more about their partnerships and customers here.

What's good about TensorWave

  • Their platform uses AMD's Instinct MI300X GPUs, which offer higher memory specs and processing power compared to Nvidia's H100
  • Native support for PyTorch and TensorFlow with no code changes
  • Immediate GPU availability and can reserve for up to 3 years

What does TensorWave do?

Here are some of the managed services that TensorWave offers:

TensorWave's Pricing

TensorWave offers bare metal GPU nodes and fully managed Kubernetes clusters. You can reserve nodes for periods ranging from 6 months to 3 years.

While their pricing is not yet publicly available, you can request a quote on their website.

Name GPUs Total GPU Memory vCPUs RAM Price (hour)
AMD MI300X 8x MI300X 1,536 GB -- -- Request Quote

Where are TensorWave's data centers located?

Based on our records, TensorWave has at least 2 data center locations around the world:

Slug Country Location
pittsburgh United States of America ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Pittsburgh, PA
miami United States of America ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ Miami, FL

TensorWave Alternatives

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Our data for TensorWave was last updated on June 12, 2024.