This post discusses the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for a variety of Lambda A100 servers and clusters. We first calculate the TCO for individual Hyperplane-A100 servers, and compare the cost with renting a AWS p4d.24xlarge instance which has the similar hardware and software set up. We then walk you through the cost of building and operating A100 clusters.
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In this post we'll walk through using our Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) calculator to examine the cost of a variety of Lambda Hyperplane-16 clusters. We have the option to include 100 Gb/s EDR InfiniBand networking, storage servers, and complete rack-stack-label-cable service. The purpose of this post is to
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A cost and speed comparison between the Lambda Hyperplane 8 V100 GPU Server and AWS p3 GPU instances. A very similar comparison to the DGX-1.