We’re excited to announce today that Lambda GPU Cloud is the first public cloud to offer instances with 2x & 4x RTX A6000 GPUs...
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1, 2, or 4 NVIDIA® Quadro RTX™ 6000 GPUs on Lambda Cloud are a cost effective way of scaling your machine learning infrastructure. With the new RTX 6000 instances you can expect: a lower initial price of $1.25 / hr, 2x the performance per dollar vs a p3.8xlarge, and up-to-date drivers & frameworks.
Priced at $12.00 / hr, our new instance provides over 2x more compute per dollar than comparable on-demand 8 GPU instances from other cloud providers.
This guide will walk you through how to load data from various sources onto your Lambda Cloud GPU instance. If you're looking for how to get started and SSH into your instance for the first time, check out our Getting Started Guide.
This guide will walk you through the process of launching a Lambda Cloud GPU instance and using SSH to log in. For this guide we'll assume that you're running either Mac OSX or Linux. If you're a Windows user we recommend using either...
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